The 17th of March will see the unveiling of a new Samsung smartphone.
Samsung will host a live streaming event on Thursday, March 17 at 10 a.m. ET/7 a.m. PT, and the announcement is already known. It’s evident from the invitation, which has many panels with the word “A” in them, that Samsung will reveal the midrange Galaxy A series for this year, as well as some probable new features for the finest Samsung phones.
The Galaxy A53 is expected to be the most popular model in the new Galaxy A series, at least in the United States. According to leaked specifications from a month ago, the new phone will resemble the Galaxy A52 from last year. It is expected that the new phone would have a 6.5-inch screen, 128GB of storage, 5G connectivity, and a battery of 5,000mAh. The Exynos 1200 is said to be the processor of choice for Samsung to use in this new handset.
It’s possible that Samsung may also unveil a Galaxy A73 during this Thursday’s presentation. An upgraded processor and larger screen are expected in that new device.
In the US, Samsung apparently concluded that the Galaxy A72 was too similar to the Galaxy S20 FE in terms of its feature set. Galaxy S21 FE was released earlier this year, so it’s not clear if the Galaxy A73 will also be released in certain areas.
The Galaxy A33 and Galaxy A23, which would be more affordable versions, might be added to the Galaxy A portfolio later this year. Since the Galaxy A32 provided Android users with a powerful phone with 5G connection, we have high hopes for the A33.
This event will be live-streamed on Samsung’s YouTube channel and Samsung Newsroom website on March 17. If the live stream is made accessible, we’ll upload it here as soon as possible. We’ll be doing a live blog of Samsung’s Galaxy A series unveiling, so check back often for updates.