Samsung Galaxy M13 – Galaxy M13 5G Detection of fast charging ability

alex mathos23 May 2022Last Update : 1 month ago
Samsung Galaxy M13 – Galaxy M13 5G Detection of fast charging ability

Several leaks previously indicated that the Korean company Samsung is currently working on a new smartphone called the Samsung Galaxy M13 5G. At the same time, Samsung did not reveal any details about the phone and its arrival date.

Now, the phone is TUV Rheinland certified with model number SM-M135F / DS. This indicates that the launch of the phone is imminent. The certification also reveals that the phone’s fast charging capability is supported.

According to a report by MySmartPrice, the Galaxy M13 5G with model number SM-M135F/DS has received approval from TUV Rheinland certification site. According to the listing, the smartphone will carry support for 15W fast charging. However, the battery capacity and other specifications of the smartphone are unknown at the moment.

The Samsung Galaxy M13 with model number SM-M135M recently appeared on the certification website of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The smartphone was also spotted on the Bluetooth SIG website. It is possible that Samsung will be working on two variants of the smartphone because the model number shown on the TUV Rheinland website is different from the one spotted on the FCC website.

Samsung Galaxy M13 specifications

As shown in some of the leaked images, the Samsung Galaxy M13 may have dual rear cameras with a 50MP main camera sensor and a 2MP depth sensor accompanied by an LED flash. The phone is also said to have a waterdrop-shaped notch in the screen for the front camera.

As mentioned earlier, the Galaxy M13 5G is likely to come with 15W fast charging support. The phone may have a 6.5-inch IPS LCD screen with HD + resolution. Currently, we have no information regarding the processor and other key features of the smartphone. We will know more in the coming weeks.

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