Samsung Galaxy F13 is official with a big 6,000 mAh battery

Yordan, 22 June 2022

Today Samsung announced the Galaxy F13, in India. The phone is similar to the Galaxy M13 with one major difference - it is thicker to make room for the larger 6,000mAh battery.

The Galaxy F13 comes with an Exynos 850 chipset and 4 GB RAM. It has two storage options and a dedicated microSD slot for up to 1TB more.

The phone is built around a 6.6" LCD with Full HD+ resolution. The selfie camera is mounted on an Infinity-V notch on the top, and it comes with an 8MP sensor.

There are three more cameras on the back - 50MP main, 5MP ultrawide and 2MP depth sensor. There is also a single LED flash on the rectangular island.

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Samsung Galaxy F13 features

The huge battery comes with 15W fast-charging support, which is nowhere near the speeds some competitors offer, so you are better off overnighting this one.

The Galaxy F13 is a dual SIM phone, and it will have auto data switch from one card to another, which is a first for a device in such a low price range, according to the company.

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Samsung Galaxy F13

The phone has One UI on top of Android 12. Another neat feature is Samsung Knox Security protection of personal data, including face and fingerprint, which are used for unlocking.

The Galaxy F13 comes in Waterfall Blue, Nightsky Green, and Sunrise Copper paint jobs. Price is INR11,999 ($155) for the 64GB variant and INR12,999 ($167) for the 128GB option. Sales will begin on the Samsung India website and Flipkart in exactly seven days - June 29.



Reader comments

Bro make a comparison. They're literally the same phone just with one camera less or a 1000mah larger battery

These high capacity batteries are a scam. I have a OnePlus Nord N200 5G and it has a 5,000 mAh battery but by far the worst battery life of any device I've ever used.

Not really... F13 have more battery+it looks slightly different.

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