Samsung also unveiled the Galaxy A73 5G but the smartphone is only restricted to a few markets

The Samsung yesterday unveiled its new family of mid-range smartphones, the Galaxy A series, highlighting the A53 5G and A33 5G models. However, the A73 5G was also present, but not in the official communication from the manufacturer. The reason for this is that this model, which last year was the only one in the family to receive 5G, is intended for very specific markets on April 22, so it was “overshadowed” by the global announcement. SAPO TEK has asked Samsung Portugal if the model will reach our market, but the brand says it has nothing planned at the moment.

The Galaxy A73 5G asserts itself as the smartphone of the Samsung cheaper with a 108 MP camera. In fact, it is one of the few smartphones with a camera of this resolution on the market and it is the identical to that equipped on the Galaxy S22 ultra. In comparison, the A53 5G which was unveiled yesterday has a 64MP main camera. It also has three other cameras in its module, including a 12 MP ultra wide angle, a 5 MP depth sensor and a 5 MP macro camera. On the front, there is a 32 MP selfie camera.

See in the gallery of images of the Samsung Galaxy A73 5G:

Compared to the previous version, the Galaxy A72, the model has lost its 8 MP telephoto lens, returning to the depth sensor. It also lost the 3.5mm input jack for connecting headphones. The model has a larger 6.7-inch screen compared to the 6.5-inch A53 5G. Its Super AMOLED+ display has a 120Hz refresh rate and an Infinity-O display shape.

Other features run through a 2.4Hz eight-core processor, although that hasn’t been revealed. It also includes a 5,000mAh battery with support for 25W fast charging. Like other models in the series, the charger is not in the box. It also has memory variations between 6GB and 8GB of RAM, as well as 128 or 256GB of internal storage, expandable up to 1TB via microSD.

Like the other models in the family, it has the brand’s One UI 4.1 operating system, supported by Android 12. The company did not confirm on its product page, but like the other family members , it should guarantee up to four generations of One UI and Android updates, as well as five years of security patches.

The Samsung Knox security system. Users can store private photos, notes and apps in the Secure Folder encrypted digital vault. You can also control who you share files with through the private sharing system.

No price or release country has been mentioned for the equipment.

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