As previously stated, Samsung is planning to release new Galaxy A members with significant upgrades in 2022. South Koreans are increasingly making mid-range smartphones more premium. The Galaxy A73 is no exception, as it boasts a 108 MP main camera.
However, in order to balance costs, the Korean manufacturer may use a Chinese OLED screen on the Samsung Galaxy A73, according to Korean sources this week. “Samsung wants to keep offering OLED displays in the Galaxy A family, and cost savings may necessitate purchasing the panel from BOE and CSOT.”
For the time being, we can say that it does not specifically mention a specific handset, let alone the Galaxy A73, but if the rumor becomes true, Samsung Display is likely to provide OLED screens only for South Korea’s mid-high-end smartphones.
We previously reported a leak speculating on the A73 shipping with a 108 MP camera in 2022, and Samsung is expected to renew its mid-range smartphone lineup in the first quarter. Just last month, SamMobile revealed some key details about the upcoming Galaxy A73.
According to the leak, the device may include a 108 MP camera. The goal is to improve the A73’s photographic performance so that it can compete with other high-end Chinese intermediaries. It’s unclear whether Samsung will use the S21 Ultra’s ISOCELL HM3 or older models. For the time being, Samsung has remained completely silent on the subject, which is quite common in these situations. As a result, the information should be taken with a grain of salt. According to sources, the Galaxy A73 will also have optical image stabilization (OIS).
The goal is to persuade customers to pay a little more for a cutting-edge phone with superior photographic performance. Do you think the Samsung Galaxy A73 will have a 108 MP camera with OIS? Tell us what you’re hoping for in the comments section.