Samsung recently announced the Galaxy A13 5G in the US as the company’s most affordable 5G smartphone in the country. Now, according to reports, there’s a 4G variant of this handset which will be unveiled very soon. Ahead of that, we get to learn about its chipset.

Samsung Galaxy A13 5G launched
Samsung Galaxy A13 5G

According to Geekbench (via SamMobile), the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A13 4G with model number SM-A135F will be powered by an in-house Exynos 850 SoC. The listing shows the device with 3GB RAM but there could be other memory variants as well.

For the unaware, the Galaxy A12 initially launched with a MediaTek Helio P35 chipset. However, due to the ongoing global semiconductor shortage, Samsung re-released the phone with an Exynos 850 chip in some markets.

Hence, the Galaxy A13 will not be an upgrade over its predecessor in terms of performance. Anyway, it will ship with Android 12 (most likely One UI Core 4.0), unlike the Galaxy A13 5G that runs Android 11.

Unfortunately, no information yet regarding the features of the 4G model based on the 5G version as Samsung is known for offering a different set of specs on the two.

With that said, we expect more about the 4G variant of Galaxy A13 to leak before its official announcement in the coming days.

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