Review Samsung Galaxy A13 5G: downgrades for those who want 5G

by Jerry

The Galaxy A13 5G is one of the most basic smartphones supporting the fifth generation of mobile networks today. Although it is not available in Brazil at the time of publication of this review, the device may reach the national market soon, since it has already been homologated in Anatel.

The A13 5G is that model that aims to serve people who want to take advantage of 5G technology, but spending little. Other than that, you find here large screen with rate of 90 Hz, three cameras with the main of 50 megapixels and the processor MediaTek Dimensity 700. Is it worth it in the future? Come with me and I’ll answer that and other questions in today’s review.

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The Galaxy A13 5G was supplied by Samsung and Giraffe on loan, and will be returned to companies after testing. For more information, visit

The Galaxy A13 5G has a unique design that is not new; we’ve seen that same approach in the past with the Galaxy A32. Some people like it, but there are also people who love it. I’m not going to stir up this thread because this product wasn’t thought to be a beauty show like Samsung’s most expensive lines. So he’s getting to the point.

This is an entry device, with a construction entirely in plastic, while the cameras were grouped in that lighthouse style, but without any module to brighten the look.

The thick sides bring together the USB-C and 3.5 mm connections for headphones, increasingly rare on South Korean devices. The drawer on the left side holds two chips and a microSD card. On the other side, Samsung has placed the power button, equipped with a fingerprint sensor, which has a good unlock response.

Another area that went through cuts was the screen. Samsung has a tradition of working with the excellent AMOLED on even the most basic models. However, the Galaxy A13 5G did not make the list of handsets that deserved the panel better. It is equipped with 6.5-inch LCD PLS with 1600 x 720 pixels resolution.

This means that, like the Galaxy A12 and Moto G20, it is HD+, which is a shame, because the 4G model is already Full HD+. Perhaps, to balance things out, Samsung delivers here the 90 Hz refresh rate.

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