Samsung plans to unveil its Galaxy A series handsets at an event tomorrow. Samsung was scheduled to unveil the Galaxy A53, Galaxy A33 and A73 at tomorrow's event, but it looks like we won't see the latest model.
But considering this year, it has been doing so for two years. Once for the unveiling of the Galaxy A52 and A72 series and this time for the unveiling of their successors. But the point is that last year, the Korean company introduced two 5G and 4G versions of the Galaxy A52 and one 4G version of the Galaxy A72 at its mid-range launch event, and there was no mention of the 5G model of the Galaxy A72.
It seems that this year the situation will not be much better than last year. Of course, this news is just a rumor at the moment, and to be sure, we will have to wait for more news or finally tomorrow's event, but it is said that Samsung is not going to unveil the Galaxy A73 at this event to be the powerful Galaxy A series model again. Ignored.
The news was shared on Twitter by Ivan Bless, one of the most famous tech whistleblowers, and many users are hesitant because Ivan Bless usually publishes a false report. does not. On the other hand, this phone was to be unveiled and many news agencies have agreed on this issue. But there was evidence before that made Ivan Bless's career seem more logical. No real image of the Galaxy A73 has been released yet, while the Galaxy A53, for example, is even now available for sale. The only thing that has been released from the Galaxy A73 is a series of press images and renderings as well as a geekbench list. Has been. For example, yesterday all the specifications of the Galaxy A33 were revealed and the Galaxy A53 was even unboxed by a user. So there is nothing special to understand about them.
Of course, many rumors suggest that the Galaxy A73 and A53, just like the previous generation, will not be very different from each other. Of course, the Galaxy A72 had a weaker processor than the 5G model of the Galaxy A52, used a telephoto camera, and had a battery of 500 mAh. But this year, the beating heart of the Galaxy A73 seems to be a bit more powerful than its smaller sibling (Snapdragon 778G vs. Exynos 1280).
It will have 64-megapixel, dual 5-megapixel macro and depth cameras, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera and a 4,500mAh battery. But the Galaxy A73 seems to have a better camera and a higher-capacity battery. However, some news sources believe that the camera system of this phone will be exactly the same as the system used in the Galaxy A53, which is also very strange.
It is not clear what Samsung will do with its midrange. Last year, the Galaxy A72 was equipped with the Snapdragon 720G chip, but the Galaxy A52 with the Snapdragon 750G. Instead, the telephoto camera was added to the A72 camera lineup, and its battery was upgraded to 5,000 mAh. This year, however, it is said that the processor will be better, but there is no news about the telephoto camera. All of this makes users confused when buying a phone and they turn to the intermediaries of competing companies, which are now also being sold at a very reasonable price. Now that Apple has the iPhone SE 3 in its product portfolio, Samsung has to follow a very specific trend in terms of its interfaces and equip them with good capabilities as much as possible. Otherwise, it will definitely leave the market to the competitor.
Samsung's plans are currently unknown. But it is unlikely that the Korean company will remove it from its list of phones this year. Most likely, the Samsung Galaxy A73 will be unveiled later this year. Of course, if no other date is announced tomorrow.