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Samsung Announcing New Smartphones On March 17, Here's What To Expect

On March 17, Samsung will host its next hardware launch event, where a slew of new Galaxy A-series smartphones are expected to be announced. The Galaxy A-series represents Samsung’s affordable smartphone lineup that includes everything from premium mid-rangers like the Galaxy A72 as well as entry-level models like the Galaxy A03. The Galaxy A-series offers buyers an opportunity to get their hands on a Samsung smartphone without spending the big bucks on the premium Galaxy S-series devices.

Samsung hosted its latest Galaxy Unpacked event last month, where it announced the Galaxy S22 lineup along with the Galaxy Tab S8-series of tablets. Each of the two product lines has three different models, spearheaded by the Galaxy S22 Ultra that the company claims offers the greatest hardware specs and software features ever offered in a Samsung smartphone.

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According to TechRadar, Samsung has started sending out invites for its next Galaxy Awesome Unpacked event, which will take place on March 17. It will be an online-only event and can be streamed live on samsung.com. Like every year, Samsung is expected to announce multiple new Galaxy A-series mid-range smartphones. However, the company is yet to officially announce its plans for the day, except for the fact that it will be a “Galaxy A event.” That said, persistent rumors suggest that the Galaxy A73 and the Galaxy A53 will, almost surely, make an appearance on that day. In addition, the company was earlier also reported to be working on the Galaxy A33 and the Galaxy A23, so it is possible it might announce those two devices at its upcoming event as well.

Most of Samsung’s current Galaxy A-series devices already ship with 5G connectivity, so the next-generation offerings are also expected to continue that trend. In fact, all the upcoming Galaxy A-series devices this time around are expected to come with 5G connectivity. Recent rumors also suggest that at least some of the Galaxy A-series devices might ship with optical image stabilization (OIS), which would be a welcome addition to Samsung’s mid-range smartphones. They might also ship with Android 12-based One UI 4 out-of-the-box.

According to recent reports, the Galaxy A73 5G is expected to have a 6.7-inch 120Hz AMOLED display, while the Galaxy A53 5G is expected to have a 6.52-inch 120Hz screen. While the former is said to be powered by the Snapdragon 750G SoC, the latter reportedly has the Exynos 1200 under the hood. Both are supposed to have quad-camera setups at the back, but while the Galaxy A73 is rumored to have a 108-megapixel primary camera, the Galaxy A53 will likely have a 64-megapixel sensor at the helm. Both Samsung phones are said to have 5,000 mAh batteries supporting 25W fast charging.

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Source: TechRadar

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