The same listing points to 6GB RAM, but that’s not really an upgrade over the M32 model. Since the phone has already been certified by SafetyKorea, we also know that the Galaxy M33 5G will be powered by a massive 6,000 mAh battery. Once again, this isn’t really an upgrade because the Indian version of M32 packs a similar battery.
According to the latest rumours, the Galaxy M32 was popular enough in India to justify a sequel, therefore Samsung fans will be receiving one. The Galaxy M32 is accessible worldwide, although the Indian version has a larger battery. The sequel to the Galaxy M32 has been sighted by NashvilleChatter, and the greatest enhancements appear to be 5G capability and a brand-new chipset. According to Geekbench, the Galaxy M33 will be powered by a Samsung Exynos 1200 chipset, which is also found in the Galaxy A53 5G.
More importantly, the Galaxy M33 5G will ship with Android 12 right out of the box, according to the Geekbench listing. There’s no telling when exactly the M33 5G will be released, but since the previous model was launch in June 2021, it’s unlikely that this one will be introduced in Q1 2022.