Samsung is gearing up for the Galaxy S22 series launch later this year. The company is expected to launch the flagship smartphones on February 8. There is no official word on the launch date yet and Samsung is expected to announce it very soon. Following the launch, the South Korean tech giant is expected to launch multiple new smartphones under the M-series and A-series.
Three new Samsung smartphones, namely the Galaxy M33 5G, Galaxy A33 5G, and the Galaxy A53 5G have visited the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) website. The certification does hint at an imminent launch of the Samsung mid-range smartphones. Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy A33 5G, Galaxy M33 5G, and the Galaxy A53 5G details leaked ahead of the launch.
Samsung Galaxy M33 5G, A33 5G, A53 5G BIS
Samsung Galaxy M33 5G listed on the BIS website has the model number SM-M336BU/DS. The Galaxy A33 5G, on the other hand, has the model number SM-A336E/DS. Lastly, the Galaxy A53 5G has the model number SM-A536E/DS.
The listing does not reveal the specifications of the device but hints at an imminent arrival in certain markets, including India. While the BIS website did not reveal the specs, the Galaxy A53 5G was spotted on Geekbench in December 2021. It revealed that the phone has an Exynos 1200 SoC under the hood and will come with 6GB of RAM. The phone also runs Android 12 out of the box and will have a layer of One UI 4.0 on top of Android.
Design renders of the A53 5G have leaked as well. The phone will have a quad-camera setup on the back. It could come with a 64MP main camera, an 8MP or a 12MP ultrawide sensor. At the front, there is a flat display with a hole-punch camera cutout at the top centre for the 32MP front camera. It does not have a 3.5mm headphone jack.
A recent report claimed that the Galaxy A33 5G will launch in February 2022 for Rs 25,000 in India. It will also have a quad-camera setup and come in four colours Black, White, Blue, and Light Orange. The phone will have a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with a Full HD+ resolution. Other details of the devices remain unknown. We will share more information as and when available.