Four upcoming models from the Samsung A series of smartphones were released today, which could be a record. There are major specifications for these devices So buckle up and let’s go one by one.
Let’s begin with what appears to be the top of the lot, as the name suggests it’s the Galaxy A73.
It is believed to have an 6.7″ FHD+ 120 Hz AMOLED screen, Snapdragon 750G chipset and a quad rear camera system with a 5,000mAh battery that can support 25W quick charging. Let’s take a look at those cameras: there’s an 108-megapixel main camera as well as a 2 MP flimsy camera (most likely to be a depth sensor) as well as two additional cameras – a 12MP and an 8-megapixel. One of them is an ultrawide lens, while another could be an optical zoom of 2/3x Samsung Galaxy A72.
For the sake of comparison, keep an eye on the Samsung Galaxy A72 which this model is expected to be replacing features the same chipset, however it has it has a main camera of 64 MP. The specs are, in general, identical.
Moving towards then the Galaxy A53. The model is expected to be powered by an unofficial Exynos 1200 SoC. It will feature an 6.52″ FHD+ 120Hz AMOLED display as well as a different quad rear cam configuration (64 Megapixel main plus 12MP ultrawide + 5 MP depth and macro 5 MP most likely) and the battery will be 5,000 mAh again, with support for charging at 25W.
Its predecessor, the Galaxy A52s 5G that this is believed to replace has what could be a superior chipset, but it has 4500 mAh of battery and it’s remarkably identical. It’s the same for both models. Galaxy A73 and Galaxy A53 will be running Android 12 from day one.
Samsung Galaxy A33 is coming with an 6.4″ FHD+ display (and it is believed to be 60 Hz) as well as the MediaTek Dimensity 720 SoC with a unique quad rear camera configuration (48 Megapixel main camera + 8MP ultrawide + 5 MP macro and two MP depth) as well as a 5,000mAh battery that can charge 15W and Android 11 running on the board, which is disappointing enough.
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G has a lower resolution screen, and isn’t AMOLED. However, it’s similar to the Galaxy A32.
We also have The Samsung Galaxy A23 that is to launch featuring an 6.6″ FHD+ IPS 90 Hz and it’s Dimensity 700 chipset. It also has and a quad rear camera configuration (50 MP main plus 8MP ultrawide and 2 MP macro and two MP depth) A 5000 mAh battery with 15W charging capability and Android 11 preinstalled.
Samsung Galaxy A22 5G can be described as the exact same handset, apart of only having three cameras, and the main camera having lower resolution and an ultrawide.
It appears that the A series is receiving only minor enhancements this year. The handsets are expected to be officially launched in the coming months.