Samsung Galaxy A73: Geekbench listings confirm powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G chipset and memory configuration
Samsung still has plenty of mid-range smartphones up its sleeve after the Galaxy M23, Galaxy M33, Galaxy A13 and Galaxy A23. One such device is the Galaxy A73, which is rumoured to launch in April, a month after the Galaxy A53's expected release. Now, the Galaxy A73 has surfaced on Geekbench as the SM-A736B, outlining the device's SoC and memory configuration.
Currently benchmarked over a dozen times, Mysmartprice has noticed that the SM-A736B has the Adreno 642L, the GPU found in the Snapdragon 778G. Incidentally, previous rumours suggested that the Galaxy A73 would arrive with the Snapdragon 750G instead. Additionally, Geekbench shows that the Galaxy A73 has 8 GB of RAM.
Presumably, Samsung will sell other memory configurations as well, such as a 6 GB of RAM edition. Moreover, Geekbench describes the device running Android 12, matching the Galaxy A13 and Galaxy A23. Reputedly, the Galaxy A73 has a 6.7-inch display, a 120 Hz refresh rate and a 108 MP primary camera, among other features. While the Galaxy A73's price has not leaked, the Galaxy A53 is tipped to start at €449. Hence, it seems likely that the Galaxy A73 will launch for north of €500.