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Samsung Galaxy A13 4G and M23 5G clears NBTC certification, could launch soon



Samsung Galaxy A13 5G

Over the past few months, Samsung has been preparing for the mega event that unveiled the Galaxy S22 series along with the Galaxy Tab S8 series tablets. Now that the event is over, Samsung can finally focus on its other models, primarily in the affordable segment.

Samsung is planning to launch two new smartphones in the Galaxy A13 4G and Galaxy M23 5G in the Galaxy A and M series. Ahead of their official launch, the two phones had appeared on several certification websites. Now Fast Forward, Galaxy A13 4G and Galaxy M23 5G have recently received NBTC certification.

This indicates that Samsung may soon officially unveil both devices. The Galaxy A13 4G model number with SM-A135F / DS is identified on the NBTC Certification Website. In the meantime, the Galaxy M23 5G model number appeared with the SM-M236B/DS.

Galaxy A13 Render

In particular, the Galaxy A13 4G support pages for India, Russia, Switzerland, and the UK have already been streamed live on Samsung’s official websites. Unfortunately, the official support page or NBTC certification does not share any information about the specifications of the Galaxy A13 4G or Galaxy M23 5G.

Galaxy A13, Galaxy A23 5G expected specifications

The Galaxy A13 4G smartphone will run on an Exynos 850 processor, paired with 3GB of RAM. It runs on Android 12 out of the box, with One UI 4.0 on top. The device has an IPS LCD panel. Under the hood is a 5,000 mAh battery with a 15W fast charging.

When it comes to the Galaxy M23 5G, the device is expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor and 6GB of RAM. It runs on Android 12 out of the box. This device can come in two colors in European markets. Both the smartphones will soon be launched in India, Russia, Switzerland and the UK.

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Samsung might launch Galaxy Z Fold 6 Ultra in two countries



Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 Titanium frame

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 Ultra might not be limited to South Korea. A new report indicates that the company could launch its first Ultra foldable phone in at least two countries: China and South Korea.

AndroidHeadlines reports that Samsung is planning to introduce the Galaxy Z Fold 6 Ultra in China too. Previously, it was reported that the company could keep this exclusive variant limited to its home ground.

Samsung has been working on Q6 and Q6A for a long. As per previous reports, Q6 is the internal codename for the Z Fold 6, while the Q6A is expected to be the Galaxy Z Fold 6 Ultra.

In a surprising development, Samsung SM-W9025 has been spotted on AndroidHeadlines database. It doesn’t match SM-F958N, which is the Korean variant’s model number.

Samsung Z Fold 6 Ultra launch

It is expected that the model number of Samsung’s upcoming foldable in China is quite different from the Korean variant. So rather than Z Fold 6 Ultra, Samsung may opt for W25 Ultra naming for its debut in the Chinese market.

Earlier, Samsung’s Kazakhstan website accidentally published official promo material of the Unpacked. The image revealed the design of the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Galaxy Z Fold 6.

Since the Z Fold 6 Ultra was missing from the leaked promo, it is expected to be limited to certain markets. Also, rather than the Unpacked stage, the company may pick a later date to introduce its nighty foldable handset.

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BREAKING: Samsung Galaxy S25 might not get bigger battery



Samsung Slow down issue fix

Samsung has no plan to bring a larger battery to the Galaxy S25. In a new report, GalaxyClub reports that the company won’t revise the battery capacity in the next generation of phones. At present, the information has arrived for Standard variant only.

GalaxyClub reports that the Samsung Galaxy S25 will use the same battery as the S24. The phone’s battery will have a rated capacity of 3881mAh, which the company will market as 4000mAh. We still guess the battery efficiency will be improved due to the 3nm chipsets.

The Galaxy S25 smartphone will carry model number SM-S931. The lineup’s Plus and Ultra models should get a battery increment, but it isn’t much expected. As the phone launches early next year, it’s too early to predict such changes for the flagships.

Meanwhile, the South Korean tech giant will release new foldable phones next month. The company may launch the Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Z Fold 6 foldables. Besides, the Galaxy Watch 7, Buds 3 and Buds 3 Pro, and Galaxy Ring are likely to be unveiled.

Recently, it was reported that the Galaxy S24 FE is also under testing. The phone benchmarked for the first time on Geekbench, revealing a degraded Exynos 2400 chipset. The Fan Edition device may be introduced sometime around Google’s Fall event.

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Samsung Galaxy F55 5G pricing leaks ahead of India launch



Samsung Galaxy F55 5G

Samsung would release the Galaxy F55 5G on May 27 in India. A few days back, the company officially unveiled its new mid-range phone, which comes with a stylish vegan leather design. Ahead of the official release, the price of Galaxy F55 5G leaks in India.

Tipster Abhishek Yadav leaked the price of Galaxy F55 5G in India. The input reveals that the phone starts at INR 26,999, with the most expensive model costing INR 32,999. The pricing strategy is quite identical to the Galaxy M55 5G which launched earlier in the market.

According to the leak, the Galaxy F55 5G’s 8GB+128GB variant could cost INR 26,999, 8GB+256GB could cost INR 29,999 and 12GB+256GB could cost INR 32,999. The company is also likely to announce early bird offers including an instant discount of INR 2,000.

The Galaxy F55 5G is a rebadged version of the Galaxy C55 5G released in China earlier. It comes with a 50-megapixel selfie camera, Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 processor, up to 12GB of RAM, 120Hz sAMOLED display, 5,000mAh battery with 45W fast charging, and much more.

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