Samsung Galaxy A33 5G Leaked Images Show Hole-Punch Display and Quad Rear Cameras

Samsung Galaxy S22 and Galaxy Tab S8 series are slowing down, Samsung is shifting its attention to upcoming mid-range and budget offerings. Samsung releases details on the new Galaxy A73, A53, A33, and A23. A-series devices. More details and renders of the Galaxy A33 have emerged, as have new leaks of the Galaxy A13.

Beginning with the slightly smaller Samsung Galaxy A33, most specifications are similar to what we have seen in previous leaks. According to the source, the phone will have a 90Hz 6.4-inch OLED display with a 2400x1080p resolution.

It will also include 6GB of RAM, 128GB of internal memory, and a powerful 5000mAh battery behind the hood. However, information about the chipset is quite unclear. According to WinFuture, the A33 will use the same Exynos 1200 SoC with 5G technology as the future Galaxy A53. This, however, contrasts with earlier leaks mentioning MediaTek’s Density 720 processor. We’ll have to wait and see which one Samsung chooses.

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The low-cost Samsung Galaxy A13 is a bit of an exception. This device is ready to be sold in Europe, and it seems functions are much different than the Galaxy A13 5G, which was introduced late last year in the United States. The most apparent variation is in the name. The European variant will not support 5G. It will also be powered by a Samsung Exynos 850.

The incoming A13 looks like the A33, with the same detector design but does not have the bulge like the US model. A water drop-styled notch display with a comparable 90hz display and 2400×1080 pixel resolution completes the A33’s similarities.

However, the A13 display is 6.6 inches, with a PLS LCD panel instead of OLED. The A13 will include a 5000mAh battery and support for 15W fast charging, and it will cost roughly €200. Both phones are part of Samsung’s ever-expanding A-series, offering handsets at every price bracket.