The past week or so has been generous with leaks regarding Samsung midrange devices, like the Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A33, who have hit the web as leaks. Now it’s the turn of the Samsung Galaxy A73 to pop up, once again in renders coming from Letsgodigital.
Not much has changed, design-wise, as the back is still made of plastic and also the camera island is similar to the Galaxy A52 and A72. We see a punch hole at the front side and also a quad camera at the back. The device seems to come with a screen that has narrower bezels than the last gen Galaxy A72 and A71. At the bottom we find an USB-C port and also a microphone and speaker. Samsung gives up on the audio jack, so we can also find the SIM tray there.
These 3D renders were made by Technizo Concept in a collab with Letsgodigital, based on leaks and rumors. The source also claims that we’ll get a rather underwhelming Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor, a 6.7 inch AMOLED FHD+ screen with a fingerprint scanner embedded in the panel. The refresh rate is bumped up to 120 Hz, from 90 Hz. BOE is said to be supplying the panel.
The plastic body will come with an IP67 rating and the most interesting point of the leak is the mention of a 108 megapixel main camera. The other 3 are probably Ultrawide, Macro and Bokeh. A 5000 mAh battery with 25W charging and Android 12 with One UI 4.0 round up the features list. Expect a debut in Q2 2022.