Samsung Takes on Motorola with $250 Galaxy A13 5G

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Dec 2, 2021, 2:25 p.m. EST | 1 min read

A photograph  of hte Samsung Galaxy A13 5G.Samsung

Over the past year, Motorola has launched a bid of devices that perfectly predominate the sub-$300 smartphone market. But Samsung wants a portion of the pie. Its latest device, called the Galaxy A13 5G, costs conscionable $250 but features 5G connectivity, a 90Hz display, and of course, Samsung camera technology.

I person to comparison this instrumentality to Motorola’s upcoming Moto G Power because, successful each honesty, they’re precise akin phones. They some tally connected a 5,000mAh battery, diagnostic a 6.5-inch 720p show with a 90Hz refresh rate, and diagnostic a 50MP main camera, 2MP macro lens, and 2MP extent sensor.

But these devices bash person notable differences. The large happening is networking—while the Galaxy A13 5G offers 5G enactment (with sub-6 connectivity), the Moto G Power is stuck connected slower 4G bands. Additionally, the Galaxy A13 runs connected a faster MediaTek Dimensity 700 chip, though its 5MP selfie camera is smaller than the Moto G Power’s 8MP lens.

On paper, it seems that the Galaxy A13 5G is simply a coagulated instrumentality for radical who privation accelerated networking and decent gaming capabilities astatine a debased price. But its processor and 5G modem request rather a spot of power, truthful its artillery probably won’t outlast the Moto G Power (which supposedly lasts 3 days connected a charge).

As for camera quality, let’s conscionable accidental that you’ll person to hold for a review. Samsung is known for gathering coagulated smartphone cameras, but the Galaxy A13 5G occupies a antithetic marketplace than its different devices, truthful we aren’t definite however good it’ll work.

Samsung says it’ll commencement selling the Galaxy A13 5G astatine its webstore and at AT&T connected December 3rd. T-Mobile volition commencement selling the instrumentality successful January of 2022. Unfortunately, the Moto G Power doesn’t motorboat until adjacent year.

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