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(Pocket-lint) – Samsung has announced updates to its Galaxy A family, including the Galaxy A33 5G and Galaxy A53 5G. What was not mentioned is the Galaxy A73 5G.
That was a bit strange because the Galaxy A73 5G had already been leaked prior to the event and was supposed to be launched alongside other devices. Before the event, well-known leaker Evan Blass said that there will be only two devices instead of three.
However, there is the Samsung Galaxy A73 5G. Samsung mentions it in a file press releases In One Line: “Another new addition to the Galaxy A series, the Galaxy A73 5G will also be available in select markets on April 22nd.”
Perhaps that’s why it wasn’t widely available – because you wouldn’t be able to buy it.
The Samsung Galaxy A73 5G is the largest of the Galaxy A devices with a 6.7-inch AMOLED display. Like other devices in this family, it offers Full HD + resolution and a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
Samsung doesn’t say what’s powering this device, but it’s likely 5nm Exynos 1280 like phones launching alongside this device, with 6/8 GB of RAM and storage options from 128/256 GB, again with support microSD up to 1 TB.
The battery has a capacity of 5000 mAh and can be charged at 25W, so the device is pretty much identical to the Galaxy A33 5G and Galaxy A53 5G.
There is a slight change in the cameras, with the main camera here having a resolution of 108MP, which otherwise we only see in Ultra devices in the Samsung range.
It is backed by a 12MP ultra-wide camera and two less impressive cameras, the depth and macro cameras.
Other than that, the images seem to show a phone with exactly the same design as the Galaxy A33 and 53, again with IP67 protection and in black, white and green colours.
So here’s the thing: now you know everything there is to know about the Samsung Galaxy A73 5G – except of course why Samsung kept this device a secret upon its unveiling.
Written by Chris Hall.
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