Samsung’s engaged on a successor to the Galaxy M32 from earlier this yr, which is able to unsurprisingly be known as Galaxy M33. A prototype of this mannequin has been noticed within the Geekbench database as we speak, the place it confirmed up with the Exynos 1200 chipset on the helm.
That is the identical SoC that the Galaxy A53 5G was caught operating the identical benchmark with, and their scores are fairly related too, unsurprisingly. It’s in truth probably that the Galaxy M33 shall be a rebranded A53, however with one main distinction – a a lot bigger battery.
The Galaxy M33’s cell has already been licensed by SafetyKorea, and this course of reveals that we’re a 6,000 mAh unit with the mannequin quantity EB-BM336ABN. The Galaxy M32 additionally has a 6,000 mAh battery, so its successor is not gaining something on this class. Then once more, it is not shedding any capability both.
The prototype Galaxy M33 that ran Geekbench had 6GB of RAM, though the telephone could also be provided in a number of reminiscence/storage configurations when it launches. Talking of launch, because the prototype ran Android 12, we’re anticipating the finalized product to debut with that model of the OS, which suggests it is nonetheless a couple of weeks out – it is Samsung’s flagships that often get the respect of first launching with the most recent iteration of the software program. That is additionally corroborated by the truth that we’ve not but seen any extra leaks concerning the M33. Nonetheless, the floodgates at the moment are open, so brace yourselves for what’s coming.