A few weeks ago, for the first time, a concept image of the Galaxy A73 smartphone appeared on the internet. However, it is not an official concept created by Samsung. And this time, we get to see a CAD-based render of the Galaxy A73 that has been shared by OnLeaks.
Yes! The CAD-based rendering of the Galaxy A73 shared by OnLeaks further strengthens the rumors that Samsung will launch its high-end smartphone early next year. Then, what does the CAD-based rendering of the Galaxy A73 share by OnLeaks look like?
It is stated that the Galaxy A73, which is the successor to the Galaxy A72, which launched earlier this year, is packed with a 6.7-inch FullHD+ screen. Still the same as its predecessor, Samsung will beautify the Galaxy A73 with an AMOLED screen that has a punch-hole in the middle for the front camera.
Regarding the embedded front camera, it is still unknown. Meanwhile, for biometric authentication related to security, this smartphone will be equipped with an under-display fingerprint reader. OnLeaks says that the screen is expected to have a 90Hz refresh rate, but previous leaks claim it will go up to 120Hz.
On the back, we will get a four-camera system that is still arranged like the lens line on the Galaxy A72. The difference, this time Samsung is strongly suspected of embedding a 108 MP main camera, but the other three cameras are not yet known.
Not a few believe that this South Korean electronics giant will equip the Galaxy A73 with a chipset made by Qualcomm, most likely the Snapdragon 750G, which will be combined with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. Of course, this smartphone will run with Android 12.
Now! For power supply, not a few people have speculated that the Galaxy A73 will pack a 5,000 mAh battery and support for 33W charging via a USB-C port. The smartphone is expected to be 7.6mm thick (9.3mm including the camera bump) and made of polycarbonate plastic, but will be rated IP67.