The Galaxy A33 5G is Samsung’s latest entry into the compact midrange class and it’s a great little phone. It has a good set of specs, looks and feels solid, particularly when you consider its price. What lets it down a bit is its retail package – you get a USB cable and a SIM tool.
Fans of reasonably-sized phones will like the Samsung Galaxy A33 5G. It has what many consider the Goldilocks display size of 6.4-inch and that results in a practical sub-160mm, sub-190g frame.
The phone feels great in the hand and its matte finish delivers a quality feel. It does nothing to repel smudges, though.
The display is great. It’s a 6.4-inch 1080p Super AMOLED with a 90Hz refresh rate. On paper, it’s the same as the one on the Galaxy A32, which impressed in our review, reaching 800 nits of brightness.
Compared to the Galaxy A32, the A33 5G packs a much more efficient chipset – the new Exynos 1280, which is a 5nm SoC that’s capable of great performance, while consuming little battery juice. Speaking of it, endurance should be great – this is the latest Galaxy A-series device that comes with a 5,000mAh battery.
You can find the Galaxy A33 5G in Black, White, Blue, and Peach, and in a variety of configurations – 4/128GB, 6/128GB, 8/128GB, and 8/256GB. The 6/128GB starts at €370, INR 27,000 at the time of this post. The Galaxy A33 5G is in our review queue, so stay tuned!