Samsung Galaxy A33 5G renders reveal no headphone jack
This seems like the successor of Galaxy A32 5G
In January this year, Samsung launched the Galaxy A32 5G smartphone, which, at the time of its launch, was the cheapest 5G phone by the brand. Starting at €279, this phone offered a MediaTek Dimensity 720 5G SOC, a 90Hz 720p TFT, a 5,000mAh battery, and 15W charging. Now, the company is preparing for the launch of Galaxy A33 5G. The name suggests it to be just a small upgrade over the A32 5G, and today, we got the renders of the device. These renders of Samsung Galaxy A33 5G were shared by OnLeaks in collaboration with 91Mobiles.
Perhaps the biggest surprise here is the omission of a 3.5mm headphone jack, something Samsung rarely does for its budget phones. Even phones such as the Galaxy A72, which are more expensive, have a 3.5mm headphone jack, but for some reason, Samsung decided not to put it on its Galaxy A33 5G. Anyways, apart from the 3.5mm headphone jack, there is not much difference in the design. The Galaxy A32 5G did not have a camera housing, so each camera lens was placed separately. But, the A33 5G has a camera bump that includes the Quad camera setup in it along with the LED flash.
There is a U-shaped notch on the front, also called the Infinity-U display by Samsung. The power button and the volume rockers are present on the right side, and interestingly, it looks like the power button does not double as a fingerprint scanner. So, we are expecting an AMOLED panel on this phone which is a significant upgrade over the side-mounted fingerprint & the TFT panel of Galaxy A32 5G.
The device is 8.1mm thick (9.7mm when the camera bump is included) and has a 6.4-inch display on the front.
Well, we don’t know the specifications of the phone yet, so it will be interesting to see what is upgraded in terms of the internals when compared to the Galaxy A32 5G. Stay tuned.