Samsung Galaxy A33 5G Live Images Leaked Revealing Complete Design, Launch Timeline Tipped

Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy A33 5G design renders, specs and other details.

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Samsung Galaxy A33 5G

Samsung is gearing up for the launch of a new Galaxy A-series smartphone. The company could soon unveil the Galaxy A33 5G. The device is rumoured to launch during the early part of 2022. We are still a couple of months away at least from the rumoured launch. Meanwhile, some key details of the upcoming Samsung smartphone have leaked. The latest set of leaks involve the live images of the device’s chassis, which gives us a fair idea about the design. If that wasn’t enough, design renders of the phone have leaked as well. Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy A33 5G design renders, specs and other details.

Samsung Galaxy A33 5G live images

Samsung Galaxy A33 5G is expected to launch in January 2022. Ahead of the launch, the device’s design details have leaked online. The leaked live images of the Galaxy A33 5G by 91Mobiles show the device’s frame, mould, and rear case. It reveals that the phone has a rectangular camera module that protrudes slightly over the rear panel. At the bottom edge lies the speaker grille, microphone cutout and the USB Type-C port. The SIM tray is placed at the top edge, whereas the volume and power buttons are located on the sides. There is no cutout for a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Design renders and specifications of the Galaxy A33 5G have leaked in the past. It revealed that the phone will sport a 6.4-inch Full HD+ display. It will have a waterdrop notch on top for the front camera. The rear panel will house a quad-camera setup with an LED flash. The device measures 159.7 x 74 x 8.1mm.

There is no word on the other key specifications like the processor or the camera sensor details. The phone is expected to pack a 5000 mAh battery with 15W fast charging support. It could also feature a 48MP or a 64MP primary camera sensor. More details of the device should surface online in the coming days.

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