What can we expect form the Samsung Galaxy 'M' Series?

Samsung has already launched the Galaxy M33 and M23 in 2022; now, the OEM is slated to allow the M13 to join them soon. 91Mobiles bases this new claim on a series of images reportedly acquired from the "production facility" for the smart phone in question.

These allegedly clandestine factory shots seem to depict the rear panel for the same device from all angles. Therefore, they include a snap of its camera hump, which, frankly, looks very similar to that of a certain new Realme phone. However, 91Mobiles asserts that it actually belongs to the "Galaxy M13" instead. The leak does indeed contain what might be fittings or machinery with an official-looking "Property of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd." sign also specifying the model number SM-M135F.

Going by the OEM's normal naming conventions, this might indeed correspond to a new Galaxy M variant. There are few indications as to its specs at present, besides the mention of 5G connectivity and the strong likelihood of just 2 rear cameras behind enlarged lenses. Its exact camera configuration is anybody’s guess, but one can reasonably assume that one of them will be a 50 MP sensor. A macro/depth sensor will likely accompany it as a cost-saving measure.

On the other hand, 91Mobiles does purport to observe that its apparent rear panel is made of polycarbonate, and also to predict a screen not unlike that of the A13 5G (even if it won't look the same from the back now), thereby hinting at scope for budget pricing in this rumoured smart phone.

Samsung’s Galaxy A, Galaxy M and Galaxy F line of smart phones are often interchangeable, as demonstrated by several release cycles. The Galaxy M13 5G, on the other hand, will breathe some new life into Samsung’s entry-level offerings, according to some real-world images obtained by 9mobiles. 

The leaked Galaxy M13 5G renders also showcase a fairly milquetoast design, complete with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor/power button located below the volume rocker, a USB Type-C port and a conspicuously missing 3.5 mm audio jack.

Samsung announced its Galaxy M53 5G that comes with a 108 megapixel main camera, as well as a 6.7″ 120 Super AMOLED Plus display. If these specs are familiar, that’s since the M53 is essentially a low-cost model of its Samsung Galaxy A73 (rather in comparison to the A53 in spite of the identical names).

What is the Samsung Galaxy M53 5G like?

The only aspect that differentiates both Galaxy M53 and A73 is the processor – the M53 is likely to be powered by the Dimensity of 900 as opposed to the Snapdragon 778G in those phones in the A series (“probably” due to the fact that Samsung does not always provide details about the chipset and we must confirm that by ourselves). Both chips are 6 nanometres (TSMC) However, the Snapdragon is more powerful due to its processor (4x Cortex A78 based cores, in comparison to. two A78 cores) and a much more powerful GPU.

There is also the only memory configuration available available, 6/128 GB. There aren’t any options for memory or storage upgrade. MicroSD slots make the storage issue much less problematic but.

There were some cuts cut to camera departments too. The main camera is seated in front of the f/1.8 lens; however it’s missing the optical Image Stabilization (OIS). The ultra-wide camera has an 8-megapixel lower resolution sensor (down from 12 MP). Two other modules that are on the back include two MP macros and a 2MP depth sensor. The 32-megapixel selfie camera made it through the budget cuts unscathed.

It’s a punch hole in the Samsung Galaxy M53’s 6.7″ display, which is a Super AMOLED Plus panel with FHD+ resolution and a 120 refresh rate of 120 Hz. There’s no information on the strength of the glass, however, the A73 isn’t equipped with Gorilla Glass (or similar) either. The fingerprint reader was moved to the left (Power button) however not all will notice the in-display reader.

The phone has the 5,000 mAh battery that comes with fast charging at 25W, which is similar to the A73 and the A53. The only drawback of using this Dimensity chip is the limitation of Wi-Fi by Wi-Fi 5 (ac) instead of 6. On the other hand Bluetooth 5.2 is available (vs. 5.0).

It was a slow launch, so we’re waiting for pricing information regarding Samsung Galaxy M53 5G. As well as the list of regions that will be launched. This follows the same model of the launch of the A-series and it could be several weeks before we get these details out.

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