For a long time, Samsung’s top phones have had water and dust resistance. Samsung added water and dust resistance to its mid-range A series in 2017, but the feature was short-lived, and we didn’t see any mid-range Samsung phones with an IP certification until this year. The Samsung Galaxy A33, Galaxy A52, and Galaxy A72 are the models having an IP67 rating, which distinguishes them from the competition in the crowded mid-range market.
Samsung is also said to be introducing water and dust resistance farther down the A series ladder next year, a rumor that we can now corroborate.
The Galaxy A33 will take the rain in stride:
The Samsung Galaxy A33 will be water and dust-proof, according to our sources. It, like the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72, will be IP67 certified, which means it can withstand submersion in up to 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes while being dust-free. In theory, IP67 isn’t as excellent as the IP68 designation on Samsung’s flagships, but in practice, it’s plenty.
Of course, whether or not people choose an IP certification over a headphone jack remains to be seen. Yes, the A33 is rumored to be devoid of a 3.5mm headphone jack, which may disappoint some potential purchasers. Unfortunately, it appears like the headphone jack will be removed from a large number of Galaxy mid-range phones next year, thus the Galaxy A33 will not be alone in this respect.
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