The next generation of Samsung Galaxy A smartphones is already in development. Despite the fact that it won’t be available until next year, early leaks for the next-generation Galaxy A series continue to pile up. The Galaxy A33, a follow-up to this year’s Samsung Galaxy A32, was recently mentioned in a report that revealed some details.
According to GalaxyClub, a blog dedicated to Samsung phones, Samsung will change up the color options for the Samsung Galaxy A33 next year. The phone will be available in four colors: orange, light blue, black, and white.
The last time Samsung released an orange smartphone was in 2019, with the release of the Galaxy A50. The lavender A32 has been replaced by this edition.
The Korean phone manufacturer has previously stated that they will revamp their entire Galaxy A lineup with 5G. And they’ve been steadily releasing the most recent Samsung 5G phones for each A-series model. However, because the Galaxy A33 5G will only be available in a single 5G variant, the redesign should be completed by next year. The Galaxy A53 will also lose its LTE capability.
To recap the Galaxy A32’s launch timeline, the 5G edition debuted first in January of this year. In February, it was closely followed by the LTE variant. If history is any guide, the Galaxy A33 could be released in January 2022.