Samsung's Galaxy M33 and M23 are official

Ivan, 04 March 2022

Samsung listed four new phones on its official Mobile Press site today - we already told you about the Galaxy A23 and A13 - and now we move on to Galaxy M23 and M33.

The two are very similar in specs, if not in looks. Both phones have 6.6-inch 1080p TFT displays, as well as 50MP main cameras, 8MP ultrawide cameras, and 2MP depth sensors. But here's where things differentiate.

The Galaxy M33 has a larger 6,000mAh battery, an additional 2MP macro camera, and more RAM - starting at 6GB and going up to 8GB. Samsung hasn't released the full details just yet - so far we know the Galaxy M33 has an octa-core chipset.

Physically, the Galaxy M33 measures 165.4 x 76.9 x 9.4 mm and weighs 215g.

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Samsung Galaxy M33

Samsung hasn't revealed either the price or the specific launch dates or markets for the Galaxy M33 yet. But it will come to Europe and India.

The Galaxy M23 has a smaller 5,000mAh battery and lacks the 2MP macro camera. It ships in a single 4/128GB configuration.

It has the same 6.6-inch TFT display but is overall lighter at 198g and a bit thinner. Samsung hasn't specified price and shipping details about the Galaxy M23 either, but we expect it to also arrive in Europe and India.

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Samsung Galaxy M23

The Galaxy M22 and M32 both came with 6.4-inch 90Hz Super AMOLED displays of 720p and 1080p resolutions, respectively, which makes their successors look like a downgrade. We'll fill in the gaps, once Samsung releases detailed information about the Galaxy M23 and M33.

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Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 10 Mar 2022
  • XVX

What's about (Realme 9 pro+)?

  • Anonymous
  • 06 Mar 2022
  • X{X

🤣LEAK: According to Samsung, TFT displays are actually called Tri'f'itrotoluene instead of Thin Film Transistor or Tri'n'itrotoluene!

Yeah, that's how most big companies run their business. Innovation is only available for those who can pay more and more money in pricey products.

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