Samsung's "Galaxy A73 5G" turns up in new renders with a signature style and a potentially upgraded display
The Samsung Galaxy A series of 2022 is projected to look much the same as its predecessors, the A32 and A52 5G included. Now, this theory is expected to extend to what might be the series' largest and most premium variant, the A73. Mundane as that prospect might seem, new renders from the blog LetsGoDigital actually point to a pretty compelling device in the pipeline.
The new high-quality images and video depict what looks like a 2021 Galaxy A unit, albeit a more sophisticated take on the design in question with flatter edges. Accordingly, it also still has a camera hump with 4 lenses in a characteristic placement.
One of these is now slated to house a 108MP sensor in the A73. The new images reflect rumors that it will, like the A72 before it (and the A71 before that), will have a 6.70-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with a central punch-hole and slim bezels.
However, this panel is now rumored to upgrade to a 120Hz refresh rate, compared to 90Hz in the A72. The putative 2022 mid-ranger is also now slated to be 5G-only, whereas its alleged predecessor is 4G/LTE.
Nevertheless, LetsGoDigital predicts that it might launch at the same approximate starting price of 2021, for the same approximate RAM/storage configurations. Finally, the A73 might launch in the same 4 colors as others such as the A53 in the coming months.