At the end of August, the South Korean company Samsung announced the inexpensive Galaxy M32 5G smartphone. And now, just two months later, Samsung has begun building its successor, the Galaxy M33 5G.
The fact that Samsung is working on a new smartphone, which will replace the Galaxy M32 5G, was told by informed sources. The novelty has the model number SM-M336B and is likely to hit the market as the Galaxy M33 5G. True, neither its technical characteristics nor the exact release date are yet known. It is only reported that the new product will be released next year and may be a rebranded version of the Galaxy A33 smartphone, which is now also in development. This was the case with the Samsung Galaxy M32 5G, which was a renamed copy of the Galaxy A32 5G.
By the way, these are not the only mid-range smartphones that Samsung is currently working on. Also, according to insiders, the Korean brand is preparing to release several more models that will join the Galaxy A lineup.These are Samsung galaxy A13 5G, Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A73. The latter, by the way, will be the first mid-range Samsung smartphone with a 108 megapixel main camera. And the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G will be the brand’s most affordable fifth-generation smartphone.