Samsung launches Galaxy A13 5G in the US

Samsung has announced the launch of its Galaxy A13 5G smartphone to the US market

Electronics company Samsung has launched the Galaxy A13 5G in the United States. Billed as the most affordable 5G phone in the A series portfolio, the Galaxy A series represents Samsung’s commitment to providing consumers with powerful phones at every price point, the tech giant claimed.

Samsung Galaxy A13 5G aims to provide key innovations at an accessible price, including 5G connectivity. It includes features such as a long-lasting battery, a triple-lens camera, and an edge-to-edge display. The smartphone is priced at around US$250.00 with the aim of being more accessible to a wider audience. 

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“When you want to relive your favorite moments, the Galaxy A13 5G is loaded with 64GB of onboard storage, so you have plenty of space to hold all your pictures and videos. If you need some extra room, you can easily take advantage of A13 5G’s expandable storage, which can hold up to 1TB when you add a microSD card,” Samsung said in a statement.

It added that “with Samsung’s defense-grade Knox Security, you can rest assured that your device is helping protect your important data.” The Galaxy A13 5G also has an edge-to-edge 6.5” adaptive 90Hz Infinity-V HD+ display. The A13 5G will be available online from 3 December at AT&T and on Samsung.com. T-Mobile will launch in January 2022.

Also launching next year will be the Galaxy A03s, available from January. at AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Samsung.com. “Equipped with a long-lasting battery, triple camera system, and fingerprint security, Galaxy A03s offers users all the technology they need and nothing they don’t,” Samsung said in a statement. 

 

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