Recognizing the importance of the mid-range market, Samsung offers a complete Galaxy A family. Supposed to be one of the most affordable, the Galaxy A33 5G has assets to spare.
Samsung Galaxy A33 5G
Introductory price €379
Like many other 2022 smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy A33 5G has seen a price increase, but that inflation really shows up on the spec sheet. We particularly appreciate the design borrowed from the Galaxy A53, which allows you to take advantage of a particularly welcome IP67 certification. This terminal also swaps the LCD screen of its predecessor for a much more pleasant AMOLED panel on a daily basis. Last but not least, its main sensor does well in bright environments. Its general power and its autonomy are however a little limited, but unless you want to indulge in video games, this should not weigh too much on a daily basis. It is therefore an affordable and controlled device, which could even overshadow its big brother.
- Good Oled screen.
- IP67 waterproof certification.
- Wide-angle and 48 Mpx mode rendered by day.
- Long time tracking software.
- SoC that lacks a bit of breath.
- Tendency to heat up in game.
- Autonomy down compared to the Galaxy A32.
Realme GT Master Edition
Contrary to what one might think, the Realme GT Master is not a “light” version of the Realme GT. The smartphone is doing well on all points – normal, since it benefits from most of the technical sheet of the most recent flagship of the Chinese company. Compromises made in sound chipset use the device’s performance moderately, and its autonomy has the luxury of being better. In the end, this GT Master is a good alternative to the Realme GT as well as to models located in the same price segment.