The Samsung Galaxy A13 4G and the Galaxy M23 5G smartphones have bagged the important NBTC certification before launch. Samsung is on the verge of bringing a myriad of affordable devices in the Indian, as well as the global markets. Continuing its launch spree, the South Korean tech company is prepping to announce the Galaxy M23 5G, Galaxy A13 4G, Galaxy A53 5G, Galaxy A33 5G, and the Galaxy F23 5G smartphones.
Some of these upcoming handsets have already passed through multiple certification websites, hinting at the imminent arrival. Moreover, even the Samsung Galaxy A13 4G smartphone was spotted on the FCC website with key details earlier this month. To recall, the handset was spotted on the Geekbench benchmarking website back in December. Likewise, the Galaxy A33 5G had recently made its appearance on Geekbench with Exynos 1200.
Now, the Samsung Galaxy A13 4G, and Galaxy M23 5G phones have popped up on the NBTC certification website. Aside from that, support pages for the two upcoming phones have gone live in multiple countries. These are notable signs that the handsets’ launch is right around the corner.
Galaxy A13 4G, Galaxy M23 5G Support Pages Go Live, Arrive On NBTC
The Samsung Galaxy A13 4G and Galaxy M23 5G smartphones have received the NBTC certification, carrying model numbers SM-A135F/DS and SM-M236B/DS respectively. Aside from that, the support page for the Galaxy A13 4G has gone live on the company’s India, the UK, Russia, and Switzerland websites. Likewise, the Galaxy M23 5G smartphone’s support page has gone live on Samsung’s Russian and UK websites.
Regrettably, neither the support pages nor the NBTC certification divulges any details of the upcoming smartphones. However, the phones’ appearance online and support pages imply that they will be going official in India, Switzerland, the UK, and Russia in the coming days.
The recently spotted Galaxy A13 4G smartphone’s Geekbench listing suggests that the phone will come with an Exynos 850 SoC. Furthermore, the listing shows that the processor will clock at 2.0GHz. Also, the phone will ship with 3GB of RAM. It will boot Android 12 OS with a layer of OneUI 4 on top. Moreover, the budget smartphone will probably sport an IPS LCD panel and come with a plastic build.
Moreover, rumors making the rounds online suggest that it will pack a 5,000mAh battery that supports 15W fast charging. However, the Galaxy M23 5G will ship with a Snapdragon 750G processor. Also, it will come with 6GB of RAM and run the Android 12 operating system.