(Pocket-lint) – Samsung will launch its 2022 Galaxy A series smartphones this Thursday during an online stream and it seems that will including an additional handset to the couple we already knew about.
A Samsung Galaxy A33 phone has been leaked online just days before the event, suggesting it will join the Galaxy A73 and A53 devices in the latest range.
A trio of images of the alleged device were posted by Evan Blass on his Twitter feed.
They show a smart-looking device with a waterdrop notch and quad-lens camera on the rear.
This is backed up by a further leak of specifications posted by Appuals. It claims the camera unit will be made up a 48-megapixel main cam, 8-megapixel ultrawide, 5-megapixel macro, and a 2-megapixel sensor for portraits. The front camera will be 13-megapixel, it says.
The display will be 6.4-inches with a 2400 x 1080 resolution and 90Hz screen refresh rate. The processing will be provided by Samsung’s own Exynos 1280 chipset.
A 5,000mAh battery will be supported by 25W charging. It’ll also support 5G.
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The site also claims to have received European pricing information. It expects the Samsung Galaxy A33 to be available in black, blue, peach and white for €379 (around £320 at today’s exchange rate).
We’ll find out for sure this Thursday. You will be able to watch the Galaxy A series launch here.
Writing by Rik Henderson.