A vital piece of information about the Samsung Galaxy M33 5G smartphone’s launch date and battery capacity have surfaced online. The South Korean tech giant is reportedly working on the much-awaited Galaxy M32 successor. Details about the smartphone have understandably been scarce. However, earlier reports claim that it carries an internal model number SM-M336B. The Samsung Galaxy M33 5G will reportedly target budget-conscious buyers.
Samsung Galaxy M33 5G Grabs Safety Korea Certification
A Samsung smartphone battery has been spotted on the Safety Korea certification website by SamMobile. The aforesaid battery has model number EB-BM336ABN. This battery is rated at 5,830mAh. However, there is a possibility that Samsung will tout it as a 6,000mAh battery. Regrettably, details about its fast-charging capabilities are few and far between. Furthermore, the battery’s model number implies that it could be powering up the Galaxy M33 5G. However, this is mere speculation at the moment.
To recall, the Galaxy M32 5G smartphone drew its juices from a 5,000mAh battery that supported 15W fast charging However, the phone’s 4G variant used a robust 6,000mAh battery. It is highly likely that the Galaxy M33 5G will deliver improved battery life as compared to the Galaxy M32 5G.
Samsung Galaxy M33 5G Launch Date
According to the report by SamMobile, the Galaxy M33 5G will launch in January 2022. Furthermore, the upcoming 5G-ready handset will be one of the first to feature the OneUI 4.0 skin. The phone will reportedly run Android 12 OS out-of-the-box with One UI 4.0 skin on top. The word on the street is that the Galaxy M33 will be a rebranded version of the Galaxy A33 5G.. To recall, the Galaxy M32 5G is a slightly overhauled version of the Galaxy A32. It is worth mentioning here that the Galaxy A33 has still not hit the store shelves.
Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy A33 5G will reportedly retain the color options, as well as the outward appearance of the Galaxy A73 and Galaxy A53. However, it will replace the punch-hole cutout with a waterdrop notch. Aside from that, the phone will get rid of the 3.5mm audio jack. Some reports suggest that it will carry an IP67 rating for water and dust resistance. In terms of photography, the upcoming 5G phone could house four rear-mounted cameras with an LED flash.
Moreover, the rear panel is likely to feature a Samsung logo. The bottom will house the USB Type-C port and the speaker grille. Likewise, the power button and volume rocker are available on the right edge. The phone will probably come with an in-display fingerprint sensor.