Two weeks ago, we first saw the Samsung Galaxy A73 when its concept model appeared. Today we have CAD renders of the Galaxy A73 shared by Leakster OnLeaks, which confirm previous changes in the design of this smartphone.
The Samsung Galaxy A73 will have a 6.7 “FullHD + AMOLED screen with a centrally placed hole for an unknown resolution selfie camera and a fingerprint reader below for biometric authentication. The source says the panel is expected to have a refresh rate of 90Hz, but previous information claimed will go up to 120Hz, writes GSM Arena.
At the back, we will get a quadruple-camera system with the main camera of 108 MP, but the purpose of other cameras remains unknown.
The Samsung Galaxy A73 will run the Snapdragon 750G SoC, will come with the 12th generation Android out of the box, and have 8GB of RAM and 128GB of memory. But you can expect more memory options.
The Galaxy A73 will have a 5,000 mAh battery that will draw power via a USB-C port up to 33W. The smartphone will be 7.6 mm thick (9.3 mm including the protrusion of the camera) and will be of plastic construction, but will have an IP67 rating. In fact, it is said that the Galaxy A33 and newer models from the A-series will come with water resistance next year.
The Samsung Galaxy A73 will be offered in gold and black and will reportedly be launched at a price of 440 dollars / 390 euros.