Samsung Galaxy M13 5G
The Samsung Galaxy M13 5G price in Kenya is around Ksh 20,800. It features a 6.5-inch water-drop display with a 720 x 1600 pixels resolution. It weighs 195g and by size is 164.5 x 76.5 x 8.8 mm. The M13 5G runs on the latest Android platform, Android 12, and One UI Core 4. It is powered by a powerful Octa-Core, MediaTek MT6833 Dimensity 700 (7 nm) processor. The 5MP selfie camera is slight for the handset. However, an impressive 50MP+2MP dual camera set-up at the back of the device compensates for it. A 64GB 4GB RAM / 128GB 6GB RAM space specifications wrap up an excellent, high-performance smartphone available if you are budget constrained but still seek associated with the best Samsung can offer. Samsung Galaxy M13 5G is available in Midnight Blue, Aqua Green, and Stardust Brown color variants.
The one radical difference the M13 has over the M12 is the new camera module. Last year, the Galaxy M12 had a quad-camera setup featuring a 48MP main shooter, a 5MP ultrawide, and 2MP cameras.
The Galaxy M13 on the other hand has a triple camera setup – a 50MP main camera, a 5MP ultrawide camera for scenic shots, and a 2MP depth sensor. The selfie camera is decent too, at 8MP f/2.2.
App navigation and user experience are expected to be smooth thanks to the Exynos 850 chip – in Snapdragon terms, that would be equivalent to or at least close to Snapdragon 665. However, this chipset underperforms compared to Helio G85.
The Galaxy M13 comes with 4GB of RAM with either 64GB or 128GB of internal storage and is powered by a 5000mAh battery. Based on the capabilities of the Exynos 850, the Galaxy M13 will like come with an FHD+ display, which will make the device a perfect Netflix viewing machine.
The phone can only reach network speeds of up to 4G/LTE, but a 5G variant of the device should come out soon. Other features that consumers can expect from the device include a 2K video recording at 30fps and a 90Hz refresh rate on the display. Sadly, this phone will not yet have a UFS 2.2 or even 3.1 transfer protocol, which could have made it a slightly better phone than its predecessor.