Samsung Galaxy F13. Specs, price, and reviews

Highlights of the phone:

  • Samsung Galaxy F13 comes with Exynos 850 processor
  • Samsung Galaxy F13 chargers up with huge 6000mAh battery and supports up to 15W Fast charging
  • Samsung Galaxy F13 starts at Rs. 14,999.

Samsung Galaxy F13 was the new phone in the F series. This phone was again a basic entry model phone and the main purpose of the phone is to give better battery life and have a good binge-watch experience.

6000mAh batteryExynos 850 Processor
OneUI 4.1, Android 12Price bit higher
50MP Camera15W charger

Let’s talk about each category of the phone below.

Display and Design

The Samsung Galaxy F13 has a stylish design. This phone features a 6.6-inch FHD+ LCD display with 720 x 1600 pixels, a 20:9 aspect ratio, and a screen-to-body ratio of 82.7 percent. Samsung phones have a better display than rivals, even if it is LCD. As a result, you’ll be able to enjoy immersive viewing angles.

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This dual-sim phone has the ability to seamlessly switch from secondary to primary data without interruption. External storage is available on the Galaxy F13. The Galaxy F13 also contains the ever-popular headphone jack. As a result, you can download and enjoy your favorite songs and movies while offline. It has Knox security with Side-mounted fingdrprint and Face unlock.

Processor and battery

The Samsung Galaxy F13 is powered by the Exynos 850, Octa-core (4×2.0 GHz Cortex-A55 & 4×2.0 GHz Cortex-A55) CPU, and Mali-G52 GPU which allows us to multitask easily when watching movies and playing light games. Try not to Play BGMI or Asphalt on this phone because it became tough to use afterward. This processor’s AnTuTu Benchmark was 144259, and the GeekBench test resulted in a single-core score of 159 and a multi-core score of 939.

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This process has been seen on a number of Samsung smartphones, including the Galaxy M12, Galaxy A12, and others.

There are many best processor phones for this price in the market. More discussed below in Final thoughts.

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Samsung, as we all know, provides large batteries in their affordable phones. This phone features a large 6000mAh battery and a 15W fast charger, as predicted. You can easily go up to a day without charging for video playback. If you’re a regular user who takes your phone to work, there’s no need to charge it for the entire day.

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With Android 12-based One UI 4.1 gives you better battery optimization and performance for multitasking.


Samsung Galaxy F13 comes with a triple camera setup at rare

  • 50 MP, f/1.8, (wide), PDAF
  • 5 MP, f/2.2, 123˚ (ultrawide)
  • 2 MP, f/2.4, (depth)
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In daylight, the primary 50MP camera will produce excellent images. The 5MP Ultrawide secondary camera has a 123-degree angle, making it ideal for group photos and wider shots. This 5MP camera performs impressively during the day but poorly in the evenings and at night. The 2MP depth sensor, on the other hand, is just another camera.

When it comes to video, the Galaxy F13 can record at a resolution of up to 1080p@30fps.

When it comes to the selfie camera, has a single 8MP camera. We can take great selfies with this camera, and because it is wide-angle, we can also take small group selfies.


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4GB RAM + 64GB Storage= Rs.14,999

4GB RAM + 128GB Storage=Rs.16,999

Final thoughts

This was Samsung’s new budget phone, and it was a complete waste of money. If you’re buying this for an elderly person, I believe this is a good option because they’re mostly concerned with battery life and basic needs. If you want the best value for your money, go with a phone with MediaTek Helio G96, and Snapdragon 732G phones because it performs better.

However, if you prefer Samsung then I recommend Samsung M32 which comes with an AMOLED display, Helio G88 Processor, and 6000mAh battery at Rs. 13,000 only.

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