Introducing Galaxy A53, Galaxy A73 and Galaxy A33 – Samsung’s 5G mid-ranges with OLED screens
Samsung Galaxy A73 5G
Galaxy A73 5G As expected, it is the biggest phone offered this time, which is like A72 last year is equipped with a 6.7-inch panel. The design of this phone is not much different from the A72 at first glance, but a closer look clearly shows that the edges of the screen at the top, bottom and sides have been reduced. This has played an important role in changing the dimensions of the device, and while last year’s A72 had dimensions of 8.4 x 77.4 x 165 mm, these dimensions in A73 have decreased in all three cases and apparently reached 7.6 x 76.1 x 163.7 mm. The change in dimensions, despite the same screen size and battery capacity, has also affected the weight of the phone, bringing it from 203 grams to only 181 grams!
A73 It is offered in three colors, black, green and white, and the shape of the rear cameras and the central selfie camera are also no different than before. This phone still has the IP67 resistance standard, so it has no problem being immersed in clear water (with a specified and predefined time and depth). It is Full HD Plus, but its refresh rate has reached 120 Hz from 90 Hz last year. On this screen, according to Samsung’s new routine for the company’s mid-range phones, covered