The Samsung Galaxy A13 (4G) is already available in parts of Europe. The 5G model is still nowhere to be seen on the Old Continent months after it launched in the US. That is about to change as a support page for the SM-A136B/DSN, aka Galaxy A13 5G dual-SIM, has appeared on Samsung Greece.
The 4G model is available through partner stores at a regular price of €200 and a discounted price of €180 (e.g. Germanos). The 4G phone can also be found in other countries at various prices, e.g. in the Netherlands, where a 64 GB unit can be had for €174, and in Germany (€190). The older Galaxy A22 5G started at €250, but can currently be found for €210-€230, which puts an upper limit to the reasonable pricing of the A13 5G.
What does the Galaxy A13 5G has that its 4G sibling doesn’t have? Well, besides the next-gen connectivity, it also has a more powerful Dimensity 700 chipset (with two A76 big cores instead of all A55), along with a Mali-G57 MC2 GPU (vs. G52).
The rest is a mixed bag. The 5G model has a 90 Hz IPS LCD, though at a lower resolution (HD+ vs. FHD+), it also keeps the 50 MP main camera, but loses the 5 MP ultra wide. The battery is the same, 5,000 mAh capacity and 15W charging. Here is a head to head comparison.