Samsung Galaxy M13 5G (Aqua Green, 4GB, 64GB Storage) | 5000mAh Battery | Upto 8GB RAM with RAM Plus

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Last updated on August 28, 2022 2:07 pm
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  • Upto 12GB RAM with RAM Plus | 64GB internal memory expandable up to 1TB|
  • Superfast 5G with 11 5G Bands, Powerful MTK D700 Octa Core 2.2GH with Android 12,One UI Core 4
  • 50MP+2MP Dual camera setup- True 50MP (F1.8) main camera + 2MP (F2.4) | 5MP (F2.0) front came
  • 16.55 centimeters (6.5-inch) LCD, HD+ resolution with 720 x 1600 pixels resolution, 269 PPI with 16M color
  • 5000mAH lithium-ion battery, 1 year manufacturer warranty for device and 6 months manufacturer warranty for in-box accessories including batteries from the date of purchase

Specification: Samsung Galaxy M13 5G (Aqua Green, 4GB, 64GB Storage) | 5000mAh Battery | Upto 8GB RAM with RAM Plus

OS

‎Android 12.0

RAM

‎4 GB

Product Dimensions

‎0.9 x 7.7 x 16.5 cm, 195 Grams

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Item model number

‎SM-M136BLGDINS

Connectivity technologies

‎Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB

GPS

‎GPS,Glonass,Beidou,Galileo,QZSS

Special features

‎Auto Data Switching, Upto 12GB RAM with RAM Plus, Octa Core Processor, Fingerprint Sensor

Other display features

‎Wireless

Device interface - primary

‎Touchscreen

Other camera features

‎Rear, Front

Audio Jack

‎3.5 mm

Form factor

‎Bar

Colour

Battery Power Rating

‎5000

Whats in the box

‎Handset,Sim Ejection Pin, User Guide,Adapter, Type A to C Cable

Manufacturer

Country of Origin

‎India

Item Weight

‎195 g

8 reviews for Samsung Galaxy M13 5G (Aqua Green, 4GB, 64GB Storage) | 5000mAh Battery | Upto 8GB RAM with RAM Plus

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  1. Blood shredder

    Camera – sensor is ok, ppl writing the reviews do not know how to take pictures (i have taken some sample pictures for proof).
    Performance- after an year of use the phone seems to have periods where they hang alot.
    Finger print reader:. Pretty good, i have not faced any problems so far(been more than a year)
    Ui- keyboard bugs alot where it appears over the writing bar… That gets inconvenient at time.
    Overall verdic- for 12k this is the best phone i have used… Don’t expect too much extra crispy perfromance from it…😶 If u broke like me go for it

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  2. MD wasimuddin

    Screen is not working only 5 us please change my phone

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  3. Manish Roy

    Screen cast not available on Samsung

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  4. BD

    I’ve noticed alot of people pay Rs12,000/- for this phone and expect the qualities of an high end Samsung galaxy Z; that should’nt be the case, you get a reasonable phone at a reasonable price of Rs.12,000/- It got 6GB ram and 128GB storage, the display is large, the build is sturdy, the processor is octacore, it comes with side fingerprint scanning, has a amazing battery life, has Dolby for sound, its made in India, the only drawback would be the camera, its not great…but it’s not bad…bad per se. I think a samsung in this range is fantastic…its user interfaces is amazing…better than oppo and vivo that come with hundreds of chinese apps that acess your data back to China. I’ve used a samsung for years…the phone never caps out, if you have a good cover and screenguard…you can use one phone for over 6 years easily.

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  5. shantanu swami

    App opening speed bahut kam h lgta hi nhi ki nya phone h shayad next update m shi ho jaye

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  6. Ashwini

    Camara could be better

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  7. Amazon Customer

    Average in this range

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  8. Raj Gupta

    I bought it @10,499 INR
    Display is TFT but not that bad irl unless ome is switching to it from an AMOLED display. 90Hz doesn’t feel so good and I don’t expect it to, for the price given.
    Rear Camera is excellent for this price. 48MP mode catches very good details. Dynamic Range is exceptionally good. Portrait mode is sometimes hit or miss.
    Front Camera is decent. Not too bad, but can’t say good either.
    Battery is obviously very good as this is 6000mAh. I bought it for my uncle and he only use it for Calls, Banking Apps, Streaming Music(Wynk) and 1-1.5 hours YT. It easily lasts him 2 days on a single charge of above 90%.
    OneUI has all the useful features and very responsive. The UI feels so nice while navigating through. System apps open without any delay. Best thing is that it comes with Samsung’s own Dialer. I used it for few days before giving it to my uncle and it never felt like it’s slow or laggy(I don’t play games). RAM Management is very good. I’m a rough user who doesn’t care about closing apps and I use many Social apps at the same time. It never felt like it’s being slowed down and never faced any lag or delay even when using multiple apps at the same time. For instance, if a system app opens in 0.2s when there’s no background app and if there’s a lot of apps open in recent, even after that that system app will open in 0.2s unlike other UIs which generally start to delay app openings. That’s the consistency and stability of OneUI that I love.
    But not everything is good in OneUI. First of all, the setup process tries every possible way to push ADs & bloats, like hiding the option to untick recommendation and promotional services in such a way that one can’t even imagine where it is if he doesn’t know already. Then it asks to install some bloatware on the name of recommended apps. They all are already checked and the tick mark appears dull as if it can’t be unchecked. One has to manually untick all and click next. After all this, the setup process is complete. Even after doing every possible way to avoid ADs & bloats, I got welcomed with a bunch of bloatware like Moj, Josh, Takatak PhonePe, DailyHunt, and many more already installed. After uninstalling them, two permanent notification appeared. One was from Samsung side and other one was from Google Play Store. They both were asking to complete the setup using wifi on the name of Configuration update. None of them mentioned what will they do. I clicked “Use Cellular Data” and they both started to install more bloatware. Play Store installed 9 apps (most of them were Microsoft apps like LinkedIn, Office, etc.) while Samsung again started to install Moj, Josh, Takatak, BYJU’s and many more crap. Most frustrating thing is that there’s no option to cancel it. If mobile data is turned off, they start again when connected to it. After half an hour, the notifications disappeared and I uninstalled them again. Next day, a Software Update was available to be downloaded (Security Patch). It again installed 3 bloatware. This is so annoying about OneUI. Initially, MIUI was known for ADs and bloatware and OneUI was clean. Now it is just the opposite. ADs are frequently pushed in the notifications through Galaxy Store which again, asks to install those short video apps.

    I’m rating it ⭐⭐⭐⭐ only because of this. Otherwise, it’s really a very good phone in other aspects.

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    Samsung Galaxy M13 5G (Aqua Green, 4GB, 64GB Storage) | 5000mAh Battery | Upto 8GB RAM with RAM Plus
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