The new Galaxy M-series smartphone Samsung Galaxy M33 5G has popped up in the Geekbench benchmark today.
The listing confirms that the phone is powered by Exynos 1200 SoC. The motherboard section confirms this by the codename “s5e8825”. There is 6GB RAM support in this phone and it will be shipped out of the box with Android 12 OS. The single and multi-core scores of the smartphone are 726 and 1830 respectively.
A few days ago, Samsung Galaxy A53 5G had appeared in Geekbench with exactly the same specifications. Galaxy A53 5G was powered by Exynos 1200 SoC and had 6GB RAM. However, the score of Galaxy M33 5G is on par with that of Galaxy A53 5G which recorded 690 and 1846 as the scores. So the phones can be expected to boast very similar features except for the battery in Galaxy M33, which is famous for higher battery capacity.
Samsung Galaxy M33 5G had been certified in SafetyKorea certification with model number EB-BM336ABN which revealed the battery specs to be 6000 mAh. Apart from this certification, Galaxy M33 5G has not been certified anywhere yet which indicates that the release of the phone is at least a few weeks away.
Galaxy M33 5G is the successor of Galaxy M32 5G which was released in August this year. We may hope that the smartphone will support fast charging as of now because Galaxy M32 5G came only with 15W charging support but had only a 5000 mAh battery. Since M33 5G has a 6000 mAh battery, we can expect faster charging speed.
Though the exact release date is not known yet, the phone is expected to launch in Jan 2022. What’s known for now is that Galaxy M33 5G will be a rebranded Galaxy A53 5G similar to Galaxy M32 5G which was a rebadged version of Galaxy A32 5G.
Featured Image: Galaxy M32 5G