Samsung's Galaxy A series plays host to some of its best-selling devices. A few days ago, the Galaxy A53 5G leaked in its entirety. While the Galaxy A73 remains mostly shrouded in mystery, it appears there may be a reason for that.
According to leaker TheGalox_, Samsung will not release the Galaxy A73 alongside the Galaxy A53 this year. The company has typically preferred to launch phones in both lineups at the same time, with the Galaxy A52 and A72 launching at the same event last year. Ditto the A51 and A71 back in 2020. The Galaxy A73 and A53 could chart a different course this year, however.
Supposedly, the Galaxy A73 will make its debut a month after the Galaxy A53. The leaker claims an April launch is scheduled for the Galaxy A73, which would imply a March release for the Galaxy A53. The Galaxy A53 is expected to feature an Exynos 1200, 64 MP camera, and 120 Hz AMOLED. The Galaxy A73, on the other hand, has been tipped to sport a 108 MP main camera with OIS.
Buy the Samsung Galaxy A72 on Amazon.Working For NotebookcheckAre you a techie who knows how to write? Then join our Team!Wanted: German-English-Translator (English native speakers preferred)Details here
It's weird to see Samsung preparing to release the Galaxy A73 a month after the A53. Hopefully this delay means it will be available in more countries pic.twitter.com/ANuqNp7ihY— Anthony (@TheGalox_) February 4, 2022
The Galox_SurveyJoin our Support Satisfaction Survey 2022: We want to hear about your experiences!Participate hereSamsung Galaxy A73 leaks reveal details, renders, and potential pricing of the upper mid-range phone03/09/2022Samsung Galaxy A73: Geekbench listings confirm powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G chipset and memory configuration03/07/2022The Samsung Galaxy A33 will be available with an Exynos 1280 SoC03/06/2022Samsung Galaxy A53 5G: Leak reveals an Exynos 1280 and other details of the imminent mid-range phone03/06/2022Samsung Galaxy A53 5G to launch in multiple colours but with familiar specifications02/25/2022The Samsung Galaxy A53 will be a larger alternative to the Galaxy A33 5G with the same Exynos 1200 SoC02/25/2022Samsung Galaxy A33 5G: Google Play Console leak confirms Exynos chipset, memory configuration and display specifications02/23/2022Samsung Galaxy A23 emerges with a Snapdragon 680 4G chipset, 4 GB of RAM and Android 12 as CAD renders leak02/16/2022Samsung Galaxy A23: Budget phone set to arrive with a powerful 5G chipset and striking design02/14/2022Samsung Galaxy A53 5G: Leak details Samsung's Exynos 1200-powered midranger in its entirety02/03/2022TENAA confirms numerous Samsung Galaxy A53 specifications before the mid-range smartphone's impending launch01/20/2022Samsung Galaxy A73: Leaked renders point to it being a smaller version of the Galaxy A72 with an identical design12/02/2021Samsung's "Galaxy A73 5G" turns up in new renders with a signature style and a potentially upgraded display11/18/2021The Galaxy A73 could be Samsung's phone to watch out for in 202209/17/2021Samsung Galaxy A53, A73, others tipped to feature Exynos chipset with AMD mRDNA GPU09/07/2021
Top 10 LaptopsMultimedia, Budget Multimedia, Gaming, Budget Gaming, Lightweight Gaming, Business, Budget Office, Workstation, Subnotebooks, Ultrabooks, Chromebooks
under 300 USD/Euros, under 500 USD/Euros, 1,000 USD/Euros, for University Students, Best Displays
Top 10 SmartphonesSmartphones, Phablets, ≤6-inch, Camera Smartphonesstatic version load dynamicLoading CommentsComment on this articleAffordable Western Digital Black SN...GoPro details hardware expansion wi... Ricci Rox - Senior Tech Writer- 2224 articles published on Notebookcheck since 2017I like tech, simple as. Half the time, you can catch me writing snarky sales copy. The rest of the time, I'm either keeping readers abreast with the latest happenings in the mobile tech world or watching football. I worked as both a journo and freelance content writer for a couple of years before joining the Notebookcheck team in 2017. Feel free to shoot me some questions on Twitter or Reddit if it so tickles thine fancy.contact me via:@riccirox,LinkedInPlease share our article, every link counts!