Samsung Galaxy M33 5G is reportedly within the works and can pack a 6,000mAh battery when it’s launched. The upcoming smartphone is alleged to be a successor for the Galaxy M32 5G that was launched in August. The Galaxy M33 5G’s existence was first recognized again in October when the inner mannequin designation of the smartphone surfaced on-line. Samsung Galaxy M33 5G will reportedly be one of many extra funds pleasant choices with Android 12-based One UI 4.0 pores and skin out-of-the-box.
As per a report by SamMobile, Samsung is anticipated to launch the upcoming Galaxy M33 5G smartphone with a 6,000mAh typical battery capability. The battery is alleged to hold EB-BM336ABN as its mannequin quantity and will get a rated capability of 5,830mAh battery. The quick charging assist for the smartphone is just not referred to as of now. Its predecessor Galaxy M32 5G solely got here with a 5,000mAh battery and 15W quick charging assist, nevertheless, Galaxy M32 4G packed a 6,000mAh battery. The Galaxy M33 5G can also be mentioned to get a greater battery life than the Galaxy M32 5G.
SamMobile additionally stories that Samsung might launch the upcoming 5G smartphone in January 2022. The Galaxy M33 5G can also be mentioned to get Android 12-based One UI 4.0 as Samsung plans to undertake the brand new Android OS for many smartphones it can launch subsequent yr. This may make the Galaxy M33 5G one of many first low-cost smartphones to get Samsung’s Android 12-based pores and skin at launch.
A few months in the past, Galaxy Membership (in Dutch) reported that Samsung has begun its analysis and improvement on the Galaxy M33 5G. On the time, not a lot was recognized in regards to the upcoming smartphone. It was reported that it’s going to get SM-M336B as its inner mannequin designation. The publication speculated that the Galaxy M33 5G shall be a rebranded Galaxy A33 5G, akin to Galaxy M32 5G being a rebranded Galaxy A32 5G.
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