The Samsung Galaxy A73 was rumored to sport a 108 MP primary camera back in September. And while Samsung has yet to confirm this, renders of the Galaxy A73 5G have surfaced. showcasing what the mid-ranger could look like. A series smartphone has outperformed its expectations. The smartphones are included in the list of Samsung’s top-selling phones.
Back in 2020, the business was on top with the A51. Returning to the new phone, the Samsung Galaxy A73 5G has a punch-hole screen on the front side and 4 cameras inside a camera bump with an LED flash on the backside, identical to the Galaxy A72. In my opinion, Samsung should go with a different rear design. Because the current one is a little boring, especially in black.
Let’s take a look at the design. The phone’s right-side frame houses the power button and volume rocker. While the bottom houses the USB-C port, as well as a microphone and speaker. The 3.5mm headphone jack has been removed, making a place for the SIM card tray at the bottom. These 3D renders were made by Technizo Concept in partnership with LetsGoDigital. They are based on rumors, thus the final product may differ slightly.
Specifications Of Samsung Galaxy A73 5G:
When it comes to specifications, The Snapdragon 750G is believed to power the Samsung Galaxy A73 5G. This smartphone will have a 6.7-inch FullHD+ AMOLED display with a fingerprint scanner underneath for biometric authentication. That’s what the Galaxy A72 had, but the screen refresh rate is supposed to jump up from 90Hz to 120Hz. With the panel rumored to be made in China.
According to the source, the phone would be made of plastic and will have an IP67 rating. And will have a primary camera with a resolution of 108 megapixels. But it’s unknown what the other three cameras will be used for. Of course, Samsung Galaxy A73 5G will come with Android 12 based One UI 4 pre-installed. It will Come with a 5000 mAh battery with 25W charging.
The Galaxy A72 was launched in March. However, the Galaxy A73 5G will be delayed because production isn’t slated to begin until Q2 2022. If any information about it becomes available, I will make sure to keep you updated.