Over the last few weeks, the Samsung Galaxy A33 5G has been featured in a series of piecemeal leaks. Our first detailed tip, however, comes in the form of leaked press mockups and specifications. The phone is expected to be released in January of next year.
Steve Hemmerstoffer, also known as @OnLeaks, collaborated with 91Mobiles to bring us these high-resolution Galaxy A33 renders. Several specifications are also included in the post.
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This year’s Samsung Galaxy A32 has one of the most appealing phone designs. The Galaxy A33, on the other hand, sports a standard, generic camera rectangle. Instead of simply sticking out of the shell, the camera island appears to be carved out, resulting in a seamless one-piece block for the entire backplate. The chassis measures 8.1mm thick.
It comes in four simple satin matte colors: black, lavender, white, and orange. The camera housing of the new addition to the Samsung price list houses four lenses and an LED flash. The phone’s display is framed by a U-shaped notch. The A32 and A33 screens couldn’t be distinguished side by side.
We’re looking at a 6.4″ AMOLED display with a 1080P resolution. A high refresh rate may also be in the works. The industry’s ongoing campaign to eliminate the headphone jack appears to have reached budget phones as well. The 3.5mm audio jack found on the Galaxy A32 has been removed by Samsung. Naturally, the USB interface is Type-C.
Speaking of ditching things, the Galaxy A33 will only be available in a single 5G variant. The Galaxy A32 was available in both LTE and 5G variants this year.
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