Samsung Galaxy A73 Could Be the First A-Series Smartphone With a 108MP Camera

Get ready for a major camera upgrade and more cool features!
Get ready for a major camera upgrade and more cool features!

Samsung is now getting ready to welcome a new smartphone under the beloved A-series, called Samsung Galaxy A73. The phone has been doing rounds online for quite a while, and the rumor mill is stirring quite the buzz, hinting at some major upgrades.

Now, fresh leaks suggest that the Samsung Galaxy A73 will make its debut with a 108MP camera.

Here is what you need to know.

Samsung Galaxy A73 Camera Specs Revealed

As per popular tipster @GaryeonHan, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A73 will flaunt a 108MP shooter. So far, we’ve usually seen such camera specs only at Samsung’s flagship smartphone. If it turns out to be accurate, we might get the best budget-friendly smartphone by Samsung.

Also, the Samsung Galaxy A73 will be the first A-series phone to feature such mighty camera specs. Soon, we might witness another mid-range smartphone by Samsung getting the same attention!

What’s even better is that the South Korean giant tech plans to bring the OIS tech (Optical Image Stabilization) for all mid-range Galaxy A-lineup phones starting next year. Samsung Galaxy A73 might also come with OIS support.


Apart from the camera specs, there are many other features Samsung Galaxy A73 will pack, but we first need some official teasers to confirm everything.

Samsung Galaxy A73 Specs and Features: What to Expect

Unfortunately, Samsung is still keeping everything under wraps. Of course, we expect a few other upgrades from the new Samsung Galaxy A73, including display, battery, and processor.

This time around, the Galaxy A73 might support 5G connectivity.

To recall, its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy A72, packs quite the specs and features, like:

  • a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED panel + 90Hz refresh rate + FHD+ resolution
  • 64MP quad-camera at the rear + 32MP upfront shooter
  • a 5,000mAh battery + 25W charging tech
  • an in-display fingerprint sensor

Stay tuned for more details soon!