Samsung is working on the Galaxy A33 5G, which is the successor to the Galaxy A32 5G and a new member to the Galaxy A series. The company hasn’t unveiled the device, but tipsters are following it like any other device and shared a few renders with some specifications.
The device is likely to come in at least two color variants – black and white. Tipsters suggested there could be two more colors – Light Blue and Orange.
The A33 5G will sport an Infinity-U display with modest bezels around the corners, with a thick bottom bezel. A rumor has highlighted that this Galaxy smartphone will flaunt an AMOLED panel with Full-HD+ resolution. Previously, we heard that this smartphone will have a 6.4-inch flat-screen display.
No wonder, the renders predicted a single front-facing camera and a quad-rear camera setup. The front camera could sport a 13MP lens.
Moreover, the renders suggested that this Samsung device will have a power and volume button on the right-side, while there’ll be a USB Type-C port at the bottom with the speaker grille and microphone.
Some previous reports also suggested that this device will have some similar features as found on the Galaxy A32 5G. That means we might get the same 48MP main sensor, 8MP wide-angle, 5MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth sensor at the rear side. However, one tipster suggested that the main camera could get an upgrade and be a 64MP lens.
The Galaxy A33 5G is likely to arrive in January 2022.
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