Samsung Galaxy A33 has been fully leaked ahead of its March 17 launch.

Samsung will launch its entry-level Galaxy smartphones on the 17th of March.

Most affordable of them all, the Galaxy A33 is expected to have a 6.4-inch OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate and a battery that is 5,000 mAh, and four cameras on the rear.

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It’s expected to cost $379 in Europe as per new leaks released by Evan Blass and Appuals.

According to Appuals that according to Appuals, the Galaxy A33 will be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 1280, housing an Octa-core processor.


It will have a 48MP camera, an 8MP ultrawide sensor, a 5MP macro lens, a 2MP portrait lens on the rear, and a thirteen-megapixel selfie camera.

Samsung Galaxy A33 Specification

It comes with an IP67 rating to ensure water and dust resistance. The phone comes with an under-display fingerprint sensor. 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage with no charging brick come in the box.

Samsung’s mid-low-tier Galaxy A series is forecast to launch in several new models, including A73, A53, and A23, an offering line that the company has previously said will offer “cutting-edge innovations, services, and features at an accessible price.”

Galaxy A53 may sport a larger 6.5-inch display with a higher 120Hz refresh rate, a similar Exynos 1280 processor, and a quad-camera at the rear, with an enlarged primary camera of 64MP and the 32MP selfie camera.

The Galaxy A73, which will be the highest-end model in all the A-Series, has been anticipated to include Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 705G processor, with a 6.7-inch screen, and the Super AMOLED screen.

Samsung unveiled its Galaxy A72 and A52 models at its ‘Galaxy fantastic unpacked online event, which took place in March of last year. This was the first time that Samsung hosted a massive unveiling celebration for Galaxy A devices.

The A-series, created partly to combat the increasing competition from Chinese competitors in the low and mid-end smartphone market, has proven loved by price-conscious customers.