Samsung Galaxy F13 unveiled in India, to launch on June 22

New Delhi: Samsung has announced the launch of its latest Android Galaxy smartphone of the F series- Galaxy F13. Samsung aims to expand its F-series lineup with the Galaxy F13, which is scheduled to launch in India on June 22.

The company said that the pre-launch website is now live.

“Samsung’s popular Galaxy F series offers unprecedented style and experience to the aspirational Gen Z and consumers while delivering segment-best features,” the company said in a statement.

“After Galaxy F23’s success earlier this year, Galaxy F13 is the second addition to the F series in 2022,” it added.

Galaxy F13 has a massive 6000mAh battery that helps you conquer the day and night without getting worried about frequent charging. The company offers a 15W charger with the device. The display will be a FullHD+ LCD display.

Additionally, Galaxy F13 sports segment-first Auto Data Switching feature to enable seamless connectivity even when your primary SIM is out of network and comes with up to 8GB RAM, with RAM Plus. The smartphone is expected to either get a 4GB/6GB RAM along with a Exynos 850 processor.

The connectivity features on the device includes USB-C port, 3.5mm headphone jack, side-mounted fingerprint sensor and many more. The storage variants of the device remain unknown till date. We hope to know more about the smartphone in the upcoming days. The price of the Galaxy F13 is expected to be under Rs 15,000 and will cater to the needs of the current youth.

“With showstopper features, Galaxy F13 caters to the evolving needs of millennials and Gen Z consumers for uninterrupted, on-the-go entertainment,” the company said. The device is expected to be available in multiple colour options and will be a Flipkart exclusive.

(With inputs from IANS)

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