While the 5G version of Samsung’s Galaxy A13 has been official since the beginning of this month, the 4G model is yet to be announced. That is certainly due to change soon, however, as production has allegedly already started in India (which may be one of the main markets where this version will be sold).
In the meantime, someone in possession of a Galaxy A13 4G prototype decided to put it through the paces of Geekbench, and as usual, this means there’s now a public result listing on the internet, showcasing how it’s done and also revealing some of its specs.
It’s not pretty, though, what Geekbench is telling us. First off, the SoC at the helm is the Exynos 850, Samsung’s cheapest and least powerful chipset. This is paired with 3GB of RAM in the unit that ran the benchmark, although multiple memory options might be available upon launch.
The phone is at least running Android 12, which means there’s a chance it would launch with the latest version of the OS, and thus get updates all the way up to Android 14.