Samsung Galaxy A33 official renders reveal the color options
We also got to know the specifications
Samsung has already officially announced an event on the 17th of this month where some new “A” series phones will launch. Some phones expected to launch at the event are the Galaxy A33, A53, and A73. We have already discussed the Galaxy A53 in one of our previous articles. In this article, let us talk about the Samsung Galaxy A33, which will be the cheapest of the three phones expected to launch on the 17th.
The official renders of the phone were shared by Evan Blass on Twitter which show the three color options and also reveal the design from the front and back. As the name suggests, this is the successor to the Galaxy A32 5G of last year, which launched as the cheapest 5G phone by Samsung.
Design-wise, the Galaxy A33 looks the same as previous mid-range phones from Samsung. There is a camera module with a Quad Camera setup in it. Also, looking at the power button, it seems like the fingerprint scanner is present under the display. The display has a U-shaped notch for the selfie camera and a noticeable chin on the bottom. We did not get to see the bottom or the top of the phone, so it is hard to say whether the A33 is coming with a headphone jack.
In terms of the specifications, Yogesh Brar shared those on Twitter, so the Samsung Galaxy A33 has a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED with a Full-HD+ resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. The SOC powering this phone is the Exynos 1280, the same chip expected to power the Galaxy A53. The Quad camera array on the rear includes a primary 48MP sensor with OIS, an 8MP sensor for ultrawide shots, a 5MP sensor for macro shots, and a 2MP depth sensor. For selfies, there is a 13MP camera. There is at least 6GB RAM and 128GB storage, a 5,000mAh battery, 25W fast charging, and stereo speakers. The phone even has IP67 certification, which is interesting.
Finally, Android 12 runs out of the box with OneUI 4 on top.