Samsung Galaxy A13 design has recently been unveiled with apparently official images. This is not the first time we have seen this design, but it is the first time that it has been hit by what appears to be official images. The smartphone also appeared on the Bluetooth SIG, so it received a Bluetooth certificate.
Samsung Galaxy A13’s design reflects almost every aspect!
These images explain the device in almost every aspect. The only ones we don’t see are the upper and lower extremities. The Galaxy A13 will have a flat display and a waterdrop display. Its lower bezels will be larger than the others.
You will notice three cameras in the back, and they are vertically aligned. Those three cameras come out slowly, and the LED flash stays close to them. Samsung logo installed in the background.
As you can see, there is no fingerprint scanner in the background, that’s because it’s set aside. It sits to the right of this phone and doubles as a power/lock button. The volume up and down buttons are on top of it. It looks like the device will be made of plastic, but we can’t guarantee that. The SIM card tray is located on the left side of the phone.
Galaxy A13 expected specification
If this design seems familiar to you, that is because the Galaxy A12 looks the same as before. The fact is, the rear camera settings look completely different, so the design is not exactly the same.
The Galaxy A13 is rumored to be shipping with the MediaTek Dimension 700 64-bit octa-core SoC. That chip will be paired with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. A 6.48-inch full HD+ LCD display has also been mentioned.
A 50-megapixel main camera can find a way behind this phone, as well as an 8-megapixel photo shoot. Samsung can install a 5,000mAh battery inside the phone, as well as a 25W charger.
[Rumor] Samsung could manufacture Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy S23
Qualcomm recently unveiled Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, which will debut with all future Android flagships. Meanwhile, it looks like Galaxy S23 series could be packed with an overclocked version of Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, which will be manufactured in Samsung Foundry.
Wild rumors reveal that Samsung will manufacture Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 in its own foundry, which could be used in Galaxy S23 series devices. The rumor further claims, the production of processors developed by Qualcomm could be in charge of the factories of Samsung Foundry.
- AB is built on 4nm LPE (N4E)
- AC is built on 4nm LPP (N4P)
Twitter user @RGcloudS claims that the Galaxy S23-exclusive Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset carries model number SM8550-AC, which is built on 4nm process tech-based N4P. Here, the PP stands for power performance indicating 5% higher frequency and 20% more power efficiency than the 8 Gen 2.
Through its own foundry, Samsung is likely to manufacture the custom processor’s components as per Galaxy S23 smartphones’ specifications. Since the Galaxy S23 lineup is going to use Snapdragon chipset worldwide, it’s an overclocked version, compared to the one released by Qualcomm.
About two weeks back, a tipster pointed out that Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor’s model number is SM8550-AB, while, the 8 Gen 1’s model number is SM8450. As Qualcomm used “AB” suffix in the model number, the Galaxy S23’s exclusive chip could have model number SM8550-AC.
Galaxy Unpacked February 2023
Just recently, it’s reported that the Korean tech giant will launch the Galaxy S23 series at an Unpacked event in early February in the US. Notably, Samsung executive declined to specify the city or the exact date of the Galaxy Unpacked event, while reports reveal it will be held in the first week of February in San Francisco.
Samsung Galaxy S23 launching at February Unpacked in the US: Report
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Samsung stopped holding in-person product launch events and turned to virtual Unpacked. Meanwhile, it looks like Samsung is now all set to hold February 2023 Unpacked in-person to launch the Galaxy S23 series.
Reportedly, Samsung is going to launch the Galaxy S23 series at an Unpacked event in early February in the US, a company executive familiar with the matter cited koreajoongangdaily. It’s worth mentioning that the executive declined to specify the city or the exact date.
Notably, the Samsung executive declined to specify the city or the exact date of the Galaxy Unpacked event, reportedly held in February next year in the United States. However, an earlier report claimed that the next Galaxy Unpacked event will be held in the first week of February in San Francisco.
Here’s what Samsung executive said:
“The S23 series will be shown during our own Unpacked event in the United States, which will be held in February.”
A responsible Qualcomm officer already revealed that Samsung’s next flagship lineup will solely use Snapdragon chipsets. The latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is manufactured by Taiwan’s TSMC, and the Galaxy S23 phones are likely to have an overclocked variant of the 8 Gen 2.
It’s also reported that the Galaxy S23 series devices may be priced higher than the S22 or S21 due to “inflationary pressures.” Since the demand for smartphones is weak and the global economy is facing a downturn due to the lockdown in China, Samsung may face difficulties in sales.
Samsung Galaxy S23/S23+ spotted on FCC, expect early launch
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus flagships have been spotted on the United States’ FCC (Federal Communications Commission) certification database. The timeline of application and certification suggests that the company is rapidly moving towards Galaxy S23 series launch, and it could happen early.
According to the information, the unreleased Galaxy S23 “standard and Plus” variants with model numbers SM-S911B and SM-S916B have been spotted on the FCC database. The documents reveal both of these devices could stick on 25W fast charging support.
The South Korean tech giant introduced the Galaxy S22 flagship lineup in February this year, while its early certifications and a handful of past reports indicate that the Galaxy S23 series may launch earlier. Notably, there will also be the Galaxy S23 Ultra, alongside the standard and Plus variants of Galaxy S23.
As per the recent rumors, the Galaxy S23 won’t have Exynos variants for Europe and other markets as Samsung is ditching it in favor of Snapdragon. Earlier, the Galaxy S23 Geekbench scores revealed that Samsung might use an overclocked version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor.
Last month, a Korean media outlet reported that the Galaxy S23 series is planned to be unveiled in the first week of February 2023. To do so, the company is planning to hold an in-person Galaxy Unpacked event in San Francisco, United States.
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