Samsung Galaxy M33 5G announced with Exynos 1200 SoC, has a 6,000 mAh battery. Samsung is currently working on a successor for Samsung’s Galaxy M32 from earlier this year. It’s expected to be dubbed Galaxy M33. This morning, a model prototype is being spotted within the Geekbench database, where it appeared to run an Exynos 1200 chipset at the control.
It’s the same SoC which Galaxy A53 5G Galaxy A53 5G was caught running the same benchmark on, and the results are very similar and, not surprisingly. However, the Galaxy M33 will probably be a modified version of the A53, with one key distinction – a larger battery.
The Galaxy M33’s battery has been tested by SafetyKorea, and this certification confirms that it’s a 6,000 mAh battery with the model number EBBM336ABN. This Galaxy M32 also has a capacity of 6,000 mAh, which means it’s not gaining anything in this class. However, it’s not losing any capacity, either.
Samsung Galaxy M33 5G announced with Exynos 1200 SoC, has a 6,000 mAh battery
The model prototype Galaxy M33 that ran Geekbench was equipped with 6GB of RAM, but the phone might be available in various memory and storage options when it goes on sale. In terms of launch, as the prototype runs Android 12.1, we’re anticipating the finalized version to launch using the current version of the OS, and that means it’s only a few weeks away.
Samsung’s flagships generally get the privilege of being the first to launch with the latest operating system version. This is further confirmed because we’ven’t yet heard of any leaks concerning the M33. The floodgates are open now, and you should be prepared for what’s to come.