Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy A Series, one of the budget phones in the company line-up. Unlike the already released S22 series, the A Series is for customers who are not willing to pay heavily for a smartphone. A live stream of the launch event was available on Samsung’s YouTube Channel, and its website. With this coming series of smartphones, Samsung says it’ll take innovation to a whole new level.
A total of three mid-range devices made it to the launch; the Galaxy A73 5G, Galaxy A53 5G, and Galaxy A33 5G. All devices are follow-ups to previous models launched last year. While there are a few notable upgrades in the performance of the devices, the design from the last models were repeated.
Reports suggest that Samsung might ship the new devices without a charger head in the box. This is a move that some smartphone brands have adopted with their flagship devices. Brands like Apple, Samsung, and Xiaomi.
Another odd yet satisfying move that Samsung is making with the soon-to-be-released Galaxy A series is with the processor. The Galaxy A53 5G is said to launch with the new Exynos 1200 SoC; the same chip used in a variant of the S22 series. This chip will only be used on the Galaxy A53 5G and A73 5G. This means users can now get the same processing power as a flagship-level device on a budget.11 hours ago11 hours ago
All deviceslaunched on the 17th of March support Android 12 running on OneUI 4.1 (Samsung’s Android skin). They will also all have a 5000mAh battery and support for 25W fast charging (except the A33 5G which supports 15W fast charge). The A73 5G has the largest main camera sensor on all three models, with a 108MP main camera for taking crisp pictures. The A53 5G has a 64MP main camera sensor, while the A33 5G supports a 48MP main camera sensor. These devices will be available on the 22nd of April 2022.Tags: SamsungSamsung Galaxy A SeriesPrevious PostNext PostNewsby BellaRose Okojie 11 hours ago
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