You’re never going to believe this — Samsung’s got another mid-range phone headed to market soon, in the shape of the Galaxy A33. How do we know this? Well, besides the fact that we know how to add a single digit to the thing Samsung did last time, press images of the device have turned up online.
And they are press images, no matter how much noted leaker OnLeaks and website 91Mobiles make them out to be chance renders. At this point, we’re starting to suspect that OnLeaks has a second email address that ends in ‘@samsung.com’.
Guardians of the Galaxy A33
Last year, the company released two different versions of the Galaxy A32 — a 4G edition featuring a better screen and camera and then a 5G edition that traded those things for internet speeds. The A33 will reportedly launch in early 2022 and may not include a 4G version at all. But it will include… these bits:
91Mobiles says that the device will include a 6.4in FHD+ Super AMOLED (this’ll run at at least 90Hz, or Samsung’s heading backwards) with a teardrop notch, a quad rear camera and USB-C support for charging. The company’s supposed to be ditching the 3.5mm headphone jack, and it’ll be available in a range of shades. Black, white, orange and a light blue — probably with alternate, Samsung-chosen names — are expected.
Internals and the camera info isn’t known, but the lenses will supposedly be an improvement on the A32. The Galaxy A33 is supposed to break cover in early January next year. We’ll keep you posted if anything else shows up in the meantime.