The Geekbench scores for the Samsung Galaxy A73 reveal that it would have a far more powerful processor than the A52 5G (there was never an A72 5G), despite the fact that leaked specifications suggested that it would employ the same Snapdragon 750G as the A52 5G.
Here, we are referring to the Snapdragon 778G, which has four Cortex-A78 cores (one operating at 2.5 GHz) and four Cortex A55s, as well as a near-flagship Adreno 642L GPU, an ISP of three, and 5G modem, all made by TSMC’s 6nm foundries (X53).
On top of that, it had 8 GB of RAM and was running Android 12, most likely with One UI (should be v4.1). For a sneak peek at how this chip will function, see our A52s 5G review.
There’s no guarantee that A73 and A53 will switch to the Snapdragon 778G. The A53 5G’s Exynos 1200 variant was previously revealed via the Google Play Console. As it stands, we aren’t certain if the A73 and A53 will be available in 4G. The Galaxy A13 and A23 that were released last week include 4G editions, although these are entry-level devices.
According to rumours, the Samsung Galaxy A73 will include a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display (FHD+, 120 Hz), a 108-megapixel primary camera, a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera, an 8-megapixel telephoto camera, a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, and a 5,000mAh battery with 25W rapid charging.
It is predicted that the A53 will have a smaller screen (6.52″ display, 120 Hz AMOLED), but the camera is expected to continue with its 64MP sensor in the primary. A telephoto lens is not expected. According to another rumour, the Galaxy A53’s retail price would be €470. (a bit higher than the A52s 5G launch price).
We have no idea what the Galaxy A73 will cost or when it will be on sale; neither do we have any information on a release date or pricing. It’s worth noting that a Galaxy F23 reveal will take place in India tomorrow (March 8), but we don’t anticipate the A53/A73 models to accompany. Source | Via (in Dutch)