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A new phone from Samsung’s A-series will be released on March 17. During this year’s Awesome Galaxy A event, 2 additional phones in the series are likely to be released. Last year, Samsung launched the A-series with the A72 and A52.

A73 and A53 are the two new models expected this year, both of which are likely to be 5G devices. Let’s get into the latest Singapore news in the tech world. Whether it’s about gaming, pieces of tech, or tech events, you can find them here!

Will it be an out-of-this-world event?

A-series smartphones are expected to be unveiled by Samsung later this month following the unveiling of the Galaxy S22 series at the Galaxy Unpacked conference last month.

South Korea’s tech powerhouse has begun handing out media invitations for its second large official launch of the year. On March 17th, the event will be webcast live.

The brand’s event invitation makes it apparent that the focus will be on the introduction of Samsung’s mid-range Galaxy A-series smartphones, but the business has not stated which devices will be presented on this occasion.

Singapore news outlets recently published leaked photographs relating to the event that had been rumored to be taking place in the second part of this month. If the rumors are correct, Samsung could release three devices: the Galaxy A33, the A53, and the A73, according to reports.

A successor to last year’s Galaxy A32, the Samsung Galaxy A33 is likely to be an improved version, whereas the Galaxy A53, as well as Galaxy A73, will be the A52 and A72 of March 2021.

Samsung unveiled the Galaxy A72 and Galaxy A52 last year at the same Unpacked event. This month’s event is likely to give us our first look at both phones, which are due for an update.

Phone specs speculations

There are currently no confirmed details on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A73 phones, although rumors have revealed that the A73 would look a lot like the A72. Many media news in Singapore suggests varying details, but below are what seems to be the general predictions.

Samsung Galaxy A73

Expected features include an in-display fingerprint scanner and an HD 6.7-inch screen with a 90Hz refresh rate, according to sources. Whereas the Galaxy A53 might be powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 1200 and have a 6.5-inch display, it’s also expected to come with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 750G.

Moreover, the A73 is expected to have an all-new 108MP main-sensor camera. The rear camera bump of the device is also rumored to protrude an additional 1.7mm with this upgraded sensor, relative to the A72.

A 5,000mAh battery featuring 33W fast charging is also expected, as is IP67 certification for the phone. Also included are 3 years of system upgrades and 4 years of security fixes for the phone.

Samsung Galaxy A53

When upgrading to the Galaxy A53, customers can expect a larger 6-inch screen and a 120Hz refresh rate according to many SG news reports. The Exynos 1280 processor and a quad-camera array are still present.

According to rumors, the main camera will be 64-megapixels in quality as well as its depth sensor will be 5-megapixels. This model has a 32-megapixel front-facing camera, while the remainder of its features is similar to those of the Galaxy A33.

Samsung Galaxy A33

The A-series of Samsung’s intermediate devices are some of the company’s most popular products worldwide. A12 was ranked sixth best-selling smartphone in 2021, and it was Samsung’s sole top ten-selling device in that year.

Reports claim that Samsung’s Exynos 1280, an as-yet-unannounced chipset with an octa-core CPU, will power the Galaxy A33. According to rumors, it will have a 48-megapixel primary lens and a 13-megapixel front-facing camera.

According to rumors, it will have an IP67 rating for water and dust protection, 128GB of storage, 6GB of RAM, an under-display fingerprint scanner, and no charging brick included in the package (unfortunately). We’ll have to wait till the official launch ceremony in a few days to find out for sure.