Samsung Galaxy M33 makes its official appearance with a 5G chipset, a huge battery and up to 8 GB of RAM
Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy M33, a smartphone that measures 165.4 x 76.9 x 9.4 mm and weighs 215 g. Unlike its predecessor, the Galaxy M33 has neither an AMOLED display nor a 90 Hz refresh rate. Instead, Samsung equips the Galaxy M33 with an IPS panel, presumably a 60 Hz one by virtue of there being no mention of the display’s refresh rate.
Similarly, the Galaxy M33 has an unnamed octa-core chipset, mirroring the Galaxy M23. However, the former has higher CPU clock speeds than the latter, suggesting that Samsung has equipped them with different SoCs. The Galaxy M33 is a 5G smartphone like the Galaxy M23, though. Also, both smartphones run Android 12 with One UI 4.1 applied on top.
The Galaxy M33 has other advantages over the Galaxy M23 too, including its 6,000 mAh battery. In comparison, the Galaxy M23 has a 5,000 mAh battery. Moreover, the Galaxy M33 will be available with 6 GB or 8 GB of RAM, along with 128 GB of expandable storage. Incidentally, the Galaxy M33 shares its cameras with the Galaxy A13 and Galaxy A23, including a 50 MP primary sensor.
Samsung has not revealed how much the Galaxy M33 costs, although the 6.6-inch and 1080p smartphone will be available in Europe and India. The Galaxy M33 should launch in brown, blue and green too, although potentially not in all markets.