Safety Korea certification for the Samsung Galaxy M33 5G confirms mammoth 6000 mAh battery capacity
A Safety Korea battery certification filing revealed that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M33 5G will likely sport a massive 6000 mAh battery. The large battery size could help the entry-level phone get through multiple days of use on a single charge.
According to a report by SamMobile, a Safety Korea battery certification filing was recently spotted for what appears to be the 6000 mAh battery at the heart of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy M33 5G smartphone. While Samsung has yet to offer any official confirmation about the M33 5G, previous leaks indicate that the device is an iterative successor to the entry-level Samsung Galaxy M32 5G.
The key upgrade here over the M32 appears to be in terms of battery capacity. The M32 5G is no slouch in this department, with a 5000 mAh battery. However, the 6000 mAh cell powering the M33 5G should offer several hours of additional screen time.
Apart from battery capacity, there is relatively little we know about the M33 5G. If it's following in the M32's footsteps, though, we'll likely see a MediaTek Dimensity SoC and a 6.5-in 720p display. The low-res display and relatively weak chip, paired with that massive 6000 mAh battery mean that the Samsung Galaxy M33 5G ought to be able to last an exceptionally long time between charges.
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