As you may have guessed already, these devices are none other than the Galaxy A33 5G and the Galaxy A53 5G. They share the same score of 474 points, but keep in mind that the HTML5 benchmark doesn’t reveal any hardware details or raw hardware performance figures. It just shows what HTML browser features are supported by the Galaxy A33 and A53 using Samsung Internet version 16.
Two new water resistant mid-range Galaxy phones coming soon
More importantly, the benchmark reminds us that Samsung has two new cost-conscious phones coming. So, if the Galaxy S21 FE is not your cup of tea or is too expensive for your taste, you should be getting a couple of lower-cost alternatives before the end of Q1.
The Galaxy A52 was very successful last year, and we can only hope that Samsung will recreate similar results this year with the Galaxy A53. The device also had a A53s sequel which is even better. Check our reviews below for more details.
The same SM-A536B model number that popped up at HTML5 was also spotted in the Geekbench online benchmark recently. The phone should have the Exynos 1200 chipset. As for the Galaxy A33, both it and the Galaxy A53 should have an IP67 dust and water resistance rating, SamMobile exclusively learned late last year.
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