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(Review) Samsung Galaxy A33 5G: Real Mid-Range?

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(Review) Samsung Galaxy A33 5G: Real Mid-Range?

(Analysis) Samsung Galaxy A33 5G: As we said in the Galaxy A13 review, Samsung always makes a lot of noise with its foldable Galaxy Z, as well as its more traditional high-end smartphones in the form of devices belonging to the Galaxy S line. But do you think Samsung is making real money from this? You are really very wrong. Samsung is and always has been a huge success in the low to mid range.

After all, if you didn’t know, the South Korean giant’s most successful smartphone in 2021 was the Galaxy A12, followed by the Galaxy A11 in 2020, with the very close Galaxy A31 and A32. as they represent the next evolutionary step over the manufacturer’s lower range.

Therefore, after analyzing Galaxy A13and even after comparing it in the field of photography with the Galaxy A33, it’s time to publish our detailed review of the mid/low end device from Samsung. Let’s do it part by part?

(Review) Samsung Galaxy A33 5G: Real Mid-Range?

So, as usual, the Galaxy S22 Ultra is a gem of Samsung, showcasing everything the giant has to offer in terms of design and technology. That said, if there’s one thing that Samsung has learned to do over the last few years, it’s the use of some details that add magic to its most coveted devices in the lower ranges. This is something that I think was better achieved on the Galaxy A33 compared to the significantly more expensive Galaxy A53 which we also had a chance to review.

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Something extremely curious, because the Galaxy A33 is not superior in anything, but at the same time, it also does not make any compromises in any of the areas that bring a quality smartphone to life. The Galaxy A33 is an extremely interesting device, beautiful, with good battery life, a powerful camera module, and a level of performance that suits the range.

Design and screen

Well, the Galaxy A33 5G is a device that’s not too big and not too small, it occupies a middle ground of sorts with a design philosophy that clearly comes from the Galaxy S22 line, but that presents a bit of a problem for me. I’m talking about the edge at the bottom of the screen, the “chin”, which is way too prominent and noticeable. In everyday use, you get used to it easily, but when you look at the photo … That’s where I always point my finger and say… “But why!?”.

In addition, if in the higher ranges we no longer have the traditional glass on the back, we now find the famous “Glasstic”, in the Galaxy A line of devices we welcome a less rigid back, and it is for this reason, with more less “feel” Premium. A definite sign of the times.

However, we do have an IP67 certified device as well as Corning Gorilla Glass 5 on the front. Durability is not a problem.

In terms of screen, we have a 6.4-inch FHD+ AMOLED panel capable of offering 90Hz frame refresh. A clear improvement over last year’s Galaxy A32. Moreover, the screen is very bright and with vibrant colors. Enjoy watching multimedia content.

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cameras

We have already made a good comparison with the Galaxy A13, but now let’s look more objectively! Well, first of all, we have the 4-camera module (48MP + 8MP + 5MP + 2MP), which may already have you a little excited, especially since we have the availability of the always coveted OIS (optical image stabilization). But it is, although it is not so here, the quantity is different from the quality, do not be fooled.

In short, the Galaxy A33 isn’t fantastic at taking pictures, but for the range it’s in, it’s extremely versatile and powerful. A device truly designed for social networks.

Want to know how much this device costs? Well, a picture is worth 1000 words:

Autonomy

Samsung is not one of the leaders in the Android world when it comes to batteries, especially when it comes to fast charging technology.

However, in this Galaxy A33 we serve very well the 5000mAh battery and 25W charging capability. But of course there is no charger in the box, it was in the Samsung box. We also don’t have wireless charging, a technology that is still largely reserved for higher ranges from any smartphone manufacturer.

1~2 days of use, pull, very easy to achieve.

Performance

The Galaxy A33 won’t break speed records, but it doesn’t have to. Its day-to-day performance is very interesting and it is well above what the cheapest Galaxy A13 can offer.

If you’re curious, just be aware that you’ll encounter some glitches from time to time. What is starting to be normal in the Samsung Exynos universe (Exynos 1280 in this case).

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In addition to the Exynos SoC, we have 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. With the possibility of reaching 1 TB, using a microSD card. Do you think 6GB is not enough? Samsung already offers RAM expansion functionality, with the option to get at least 3GB more.

Conclusion

Galaxy A33 is not the best device in its class. However, this is a Samsung Galaxy smartphone with access to the ecosystem and features of the South Korean giant at a more affordable price. In short, this is what will attract consumers.

Are there any cheaper alternatives with the same level of performance or slightly better performance? Yeah. But these are not Samsung devices. Consumers want to make a good purchase, but they also want access to the service and quality that Samsung offers. In this sense, the Galaxy A33 is extremely interesting, especially if you find attractive advertising.

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Xaiomi is launching its latest product in Europe, the Redmi Buds 4 Pro, with up to 36 hours of battery life.

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The brand has just launched the product overseas and there is no word yet on when it will launch in Brazil.

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Xiaomi showed the world its new product, last Tuesday (4), the global version of their Redmi Bud 4 Pro headphones without the manufacturer’s premium wire. With a battery that can last an incredible 36 hours, the device will be connected via Bluetooth 5.3 and the high-definition LDAC codec. The product also features water and dust resistance, as well as active noise suspension capability that uses artistic intelligence to eliminate outside noise up to 43db.

The launch was only announced abroad, in Europe, with a suggested price of around 90 euros (about 463 reais at the current price without taxes). However, there is no information about the arrival of new items in Brazil yet. However, its consumers are already looking forward to the novelty.

Redmi Buds 4 Pro are TWS (True Wireless Stereo) earbuds containing two diposros speakers on each side: a large 10mm diameter aluminum one and a smaller 6mm titanium one, which can be used to play higher sounds. However, the device is compatible with Sony’s LDAC codec, capable of playing files at up to 990 kbps, but in this particular configuration, the device will have to compete with this codec. Redmi Bud still supports AAC and SBC codecs and has an immersive mode very similar to Airpods Space Audio.

The brand, in addition to the value for the consumer, compatible in many models with his income, is loved by the public for presenting excellent telephone devices and always with the most modern accessories. The company is one of the most popular brands in the country, ranking 3rd behind Motorola and Samsung by 11.45%.

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Wild Hearts: Watch 7 minutes of gameplay from EA’s action game

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The game under the EA Originals label is inspired by games like Monster Hunter.

This Wednesday (5) Electronic Arts released First gameplay trailer for Wild Hearts. Developed in collaboration with Omega Force, the action game from EA Originals offers gameplay inspired by games like Monster Hunter from Capcom. The new trailer introduces some of the game’s mechanics with the tools available to the player, as well as showing how Hunt for the Fangs.

7 minute video starts with player on a large open map with oriental aesthetics. First the character uses some tools like a propeller for gliding, as well as a kind of ballista that connects hooks in different places to make it easier to cross the map. The trailer soon puts the player up against Kingtusk, a giant boar, but the fight doesn’t go as expected.

Wild Hearts is inspired by Monster Hunter and will support crossplay across platforms for up to 3 players.

After dying when attacked by a monster, we see the second moment of the trailer, where the hunt takes place with the help of another player, demonstrating some of the mechanics of playing together with up to three players. In the second attempt, we see a full fight, up to the victory over Kingtusk.. In one of the most interesting moments of the fight, we see how one of the monster’s horns is torn off, but soon he gets up and grows even bigger horns, which makes him a more dangerous opponent.

Wild Hearts will be cross-platform play on different platforms

Wild Hearts was officially unveiled last Wednesday (28) and is currently developed by Omega Force studio, known for works such as Koei Tecmo’s Dynasty Warriors series and Persona 5 Strikers. According to a press release sent by EA. the game there will be cross-platform crossplay up to three people.

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The plot of the game takes place in Azuma no Kuni – Kuni in Japanese can be translated as country, land or region. The player must hunt down the monsters and bring the Azuma region back to life. For this it will be necessary realize the art of “karakuri”which are technological structures available to the player that offer bombs and tools for combat and transition.

wild hearts will go on sale February 17, 2023, with the aim of replicate the success of other EA Originals games like It Takes Two. The game has confirmed versions for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, where it will be available through Origin, Steam, and the Epic Games Store.



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Outright Games recently revealed that Gigantosaurus: Dino Kart, which is in development for PC and consoles, already has a release date.

Come and find out a little more about the game and when it will be released.

British studio Outright Games, in partnership with French studio Cyber ​​Group Studios, recently revealed that Gigantosaurus: Dino Kart will release next year, 2023.

Operating Systems Cyber ​​Group Studios is the team best known for creating and developing familiar animated series such as the one that gave the game its name.

Gigantosaurus: Dino Kart is based on the hit TV series Gigantosaurus currently streaming worldwide on Disney+ and Netflix, and airing on major international channels such as Disney Junior (worldwide), France Télévisions, POP (UK) , Super RTL (Germany), RAI yoyo. (Italy), RTVE - Clan (Spain), CCTV (China), TV Azteca (Mexico) and NHK (Japan).

This series currently consists of 3 seasons of 52 episodes (about 11 minutes each) and is based on the book by Johnny Duddle published by Bonnier Books UK Ltd which has sold over 600,000 copies worldwide. The series follows the adventures of four young dinosaurs - Rocky, Bill, Tiny and Mazu - as they go on a mission to explore their world, face their fears, work together to solve problems, learn more about the mysterious Giganotosaurus along the way and, of course, get pleasure.

Along with the announcement of the game's release date, the platforms it will be available on were also revealed: Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC, and Google Stadia.


As the name suggests, Gigantosaurus: Dino Kart is a kart racing game, but it takes place in a very calm and accessible universe, making the game geared towards kids and families (just like the series released by their studios).

Dino Kart racing takes place in Cretacia in a fast paced and fun karting championship that is almost as big as the appetite of the Gigantosaurus!

Players of all ages can (and should) compete against their friends and family on original maps. Up to four players can play together in split-screen multiplayer, making the game a real family adventure.

Players can choose from eight different characters, including the famous Bill, Mazu, Rocky, and Tiny, who will speed through about fifteen tracks in various Cretan environments full of obstacles and challenges, in which the opponents themselves will also be part of the challenge.

In each race, players will be able to acquire special abilities for different purposes, and this will give them (or not) the necessary stock to win the race. For example, they can speed up the creation of short cuts during a race, or temporarily gain additional jet thrust... while staying away from the Giganotosaurus, the largest and most ferocious dinosaur on earth.

Terry Malham, CEO of Outright Games, noted that "We're so excited to be working with Cyber ​​Group Studios again on a new Gigantosaurus game - this time the iconic dinosaur vehicles are in the spotlight! We look forward to seeing players of all ages play as their favorite characters in the world of Giganotosaurus in their first kart game. We can't wait to share it with everyone next year!"

In turn, Thierry Braille, VP of Interactive and Videogame Division and Dominique Bourse, COO of Cyber ​​Group Studios, said:We're thrilled to be teaming up with our friends at Outright Games for our second game featuring Gigantosaurus and all of the series' favorite characters. We're upping the ante with this new video game that turns into a thrilling kart race!"


Gigantosaurus: Dino Kart will be released in 2023 on Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC and Google Stadia.

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