Back in September, we heard that the Samsung Galaxy A73 will feature a 108MP primary camera, and while Samsung’s yet to divulge anything about it, renders of the Galaxy A73 5G have surfaced, revealing what the mid-ranger could look like.
The Samsung Galaxy A73 5G looks similar to the Galaxy A72 – it has a punch hole screen on the front, and on the rear are four cameras placed inside a camera bump with the LED flash.
The Galaxy A73 5G has the power button and volume rocker on its right-side frame, and at the bottom is the USB-C port joined by a microphone and speaker. Samsung has ditched the 3.5mm headphone jack, so now there’s room for the SIM card tray at the bottom.
These 3D renders are created by Technizo Concept in collaboration with LetsGoDigital and are based on the rumors, so keep in mind that the final product may have slight differences.
The Galaxy A73 5G is expected to have a Snapdragon 750G at the helm and pack a 6.7″ FullHD+ AMOLED panel with a fingerprint scanner underneath for biometric authentication. That’s what the Galaxy A72 came with, but the screen refresh rate is said to go up from 90Hz to 120Hz, with the panel rumored to be supplied by Chinese manufacturers.
The source claims that the Galaxy A73 5G will have a plastic build and come with an IP67 rating. And like the A73, the A73 5G will feature a 108MP primary camera, but it’s unclear what the other three cameras will do.
The Samsung Galaxy A73 5G will likely run Android 12-based One UI 4 out of the box and might ship with a 5,000 mAh battery with 25W charging.
Samsung announced the Galaxy A72 in March, but the Galaxy A73 5G will arrive late since its production isn’t expected to kick off before Q2 2022.
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