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Rumor | The Samsung Galaxy A33 will be available with an Exynos 1280 SoC

The "Galaxy A33". (Source: LetsGoDigital)
The "Galaxy A33". (Source: LetsGoDigital)
The Galaxy A33 is thought to be one of the next smartphones to launch from Samsung in 2022. New renders of this device have now appeared, based on the latest rumors on its specs and design. They include hints that the upcoming One UI 4.1-powered device might launch with the supposedly upcoming Exynos 1280 SoC, as well as the 1200 pointed to earlier.

Now that the Galaxy A13 and A23 have debuted, the attention of the tech rumor mill has turned to the A33 as potentially the next device from this Samsung smartphone series to become official. These leaks have now been visualized in the form of new renders, generated by Technizo Concept in partnership with LetsGoDigital.

These new high-quality images depict the Galaxy A33 as a phone with one of its OEM's standard mid-range designs, although this one might have a more novel "peach" colorway along with white, black and blue shades.

LetsGoDigital also now projects that this chassis might have an IP67 rating and contain a battery of up to 5,000mAh in capacity, which might charge at up to 25W. Interestingly, the blog now indicates that the phone might run One UI 4.1 with a maximum of 8GB of RAM and the Exynos 1280 SoC - which, as these specs are also associated with the Galaxy A53, is a little odd.

It is possible that this variant might take the form of a Galaxy A33 5G, whereas the rumored 6GB Exynos 1200-powered version to become a 4G/LTE-only version. Accordingly, the higher-end version is now tipped to start at €369 (~US$414).


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-03- 6 (Update: 2022-03- 6)