What will the Samsung Galaxy A73 be like? Leaked Graphics

The invaluable @OnLeaks published the first visualizations of the Samsung Galaxy A73, based on industrial schemes.

Samsung Galaxy A73 is unlikely to bring revolutionary visual changes

Galaxy A73 & hairsp; – & hairsp; understandably & hairsp; – & hairsp; looks very similar to its predecessor in the graphics. Ot 6.7 inch screen with an opening and a rectangular island with cameras on the back.

Samsung Galaxy A73: visualization based on leaks

The leak shows, however, that the Galaxy A73 will be about 0.8 mm thinner than its predecessor. May not at the expense of the battery.

As with the Galaxy A53, out of the case the headphone jack is supposed to disappear. Samsung started removing it from flagships a few years ago, and is now taking cheaper smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy A73 can have a 108 Mpix camera

Since September, leaks have been circulating on the network that Samsung would for the first time use a 108 Mpix camera in a phone from the Galaxy A line.

Even if the rumors are confirmed, there is a low probability that it will be the flagship ISOCELL HM3 camera known from the Galaxy S21 Ultra. One can expect a rather smaller and lower class ISOCELL HM2 matrix, known e.g. from models such as Redmi Note 10 Pro or realme 8 Pro.

However, it is still a better camera than the 64-megapixel sensors used so far, so you can expect a significant improvement in the quality of photos.

The release date of the Samsung Galaxy A73 is unknown. The previous generation saw the light of day in March 2021.

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