Samsung Galaxy A73 is offering A 108MP Camera on A Non-Flagship Budget which is great for Samsung fans. Quietly, Samsung has decided to add a new member to their Galaxy A-series phones earlier this week, and this one borrows the imaging hardware right from its pricey Flagship phones.
Samsung Galaxy A73 is Offering A 108MP Camera on A Non-Flagship Budget
Say hi to the Galaxy A73 5G, which comes armed with an optically-stabilized 108-megapixel camera, a trait that Samsung has kept reserved for its flagship Galaxy S Series phones starting with the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Well, it is unlikely that the 108-megapixel camera fitted right inside the Galaxy A73 5G relies on the same ISOCELL H-series imaging sensor as its flagships.
Samsungs latest mid-ranger shares its design language using the Galaxy A53 5G, which made its debut at the starting of this week. Over at the front is a 6.7-inch full-HD+OLED display along with a centered hole-punch right at the top, something that Samsung refers to as Infinity-O design in its marketing materials. The refresh rate of the screen peaks at 120Hz, but the refresh rate panel is that drops all the way down to 1Hz and can be located on the likes of Galaxy S22 Ultra.
A Well-Round Package
When it comes to the camera hardware, the 108-megapixel main snapper sits alongside a secondary 12-megapixel camera for ultra-wide photography and a couple of 5-megapixel cameras that debuted for macro imaging and collecting their depth information for portraits shots. Selfie and video calling duties are shouldered by a 32-megapixel front shooter. And as expected, Samsung does not specify the make of the octa-core chip fitted right inside the Galaxy A73 5G, a practice that now borders on the edge of extreme frustration.
Samsung Galaxy A73 Specs
The phone would get offered in configurations with 6 or 8 gigs of RAM and a choice between 128GB and 256GB storage variants.
A neat addition is the micro-SD card slot, which allows storage expansion by another 1 TB. The finger sensor is placed right under the screen, while the build is IP67 certified.
On the software side, it now runs on Android 12 with one UI 4.1 on top. And if the Galaxy A53 5G is anything to go by, the Galaxy A73 5G will be getting assured software updates for at least the next four years.
A 5,000mAh battery with 25W fast charging keeps the lights on. Color options on the table include black, green, and white, but Samsung is yet to share pricing details at the moment. But going by the price of its predecessor, buyers should be expecting a premium of about $450 to 500.
As for the market availability, Samsung states that the Galaxy A73 5G would be available for grabs starting this April 22 in select regions.