The final week of 2021 is here and all the major tech giants are surely going to be excited about 2022 because they all have flagship launches lined up in the first quarter of 2022. Samsung is also gearing up to Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra in late January or early February, but before that, it seems the company has some other plans too.
Earlier some reports claimed that Samsung is working on the successor to Galaxy M32 which will be called Galaxy M33. Now it has been confirmed as the device has been spotted on Geekbench making its launch imminent. The budget-friendly M33 5G was also spotted on the Safety Korea certification website.
According to the Geekbench listing, the Samsung Galaxy M333 5G has a model number of SM-M336BU and has scored 726 points in the single-core tests and 1830 points in the multi-core tests. Geekbench certification indicates the device could launch in January 2022 sometime.
Samsung Galaxy M33 5G Expected Specs
The upcoming smartphone is said to run Android 12 based One UI 4.0 skin out of the box and be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 1200 5G chipset paired with 6GB RAM. South Korea certification revealed it might pack a 6000mAh (5830mAh) battery.
Rumors suggest that Samsung Galaxy M33 5G can sport a 6.5-inch waterdrop display and have a Full HD+ Resolution. In the camera department, M33 is expected to feature a quad rear camera setup with a 64MP primary camera and a 13MP selfie camera in the front. It is being said that the smartphone will ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack and thus USB Type-C port will be used for audio too.
It is likely to be IP67 rated for water and dust resistance and support fast charging higher than 15W. If the company goes ahead with January launch for Galaxy M33 5G, then more details are bound to surface soon. Stay tuned to this space for more updates on this.