Samsung Galaxy A73, A53, A33 and A23: New confirmations on the specs


Galaxy A72

The specifications of four Samsung midrange smartphones were leaked a few hours ago – basically the main devices of the Galaxy A family for 2022: the Galaxy A23 5G, the Galaxy A33 5G, the Galaxy A53 5G and the Galaxy A73 5G. No images, and it could be argued that in more than one case (especially A53 and A73) the leaks are more confirmations than anything else given the amount of information that has already emerged in the past, but better one more confirmation than one less, especially when it arrives from sources that have proven to be reliable over time.

Samsung Galaxy A73, A53, A33 and A23: New confirmations on the specs

Here are the details, in summary:

Galaxy A73 5G

  • Display: AMOLED, 6.7 “FHD +, 120 Hz refresh
  • SoC: Samsung Exynos 1200
  • Quad rear camera: 108 + 12 + 8 + 2 MP
  • Battery: 5,000mAh, 25W fast charge
  • Operating system: Android 12

Galaxy A53 5G

  • Display: AMOLED, 6.52 “FHD +, 120 Hz refresh
  • SoC: Qualcomm Snapdragon 750
  • Quad rear camera: 64 + 12 + 5 + 5 MP
  • Battery: 5,000mAh, 25W fast charge
  • Operating system: Android 12

Galaxy A33 5G

  • Display: AMOLED, 6.6 “FHD +, 90 Hz refresh
  • SoC: MediaTek Dimensity 720
  • Quad rear camera: 48 + 8 + 5 + 2 MP
  • Battery: 5,000mAh, 15W fast charging
  • Operating system: Android 11

Galaxy A23 5G

  • Display: IPS LCD, 6.6 “FHD +, 90 Hz refresh
  • SoC: MediaTek Dimensity 700
  • Quad rear camera: 50 + 8 + 2 + 2 MP
  • Battery: 5,000mAh, 15W fast charging
  • Operating system: Android 11

So all-round 5G and high refresh rates even in the cheapest devices; another point in common is the excellent 5,000 mAh battery. The source does not specify timing and prices, but we know that at least for the Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A73 it will probably be talked about as early as next month – it is not impossible to hypothesize an announcement during the MWC 2022 in Barcelona, ​​which is now very close.

Samsung Galaxy A13 5G-1

Samsung Electronics spent a record $18.9 billion on research last year

The Korean Samsung, thanks to high memory prices and demand for this type of product, was able to bypass Intel in 2021, becoming the largest supplier of semiconductor components in terms of revenue. At the same time, R&D spending by Samsung Electronics increased to a record $18.9 billion.

According to Business Korea, citing a recent audit report by Samsung Electronics, over the past five years, the Korean company has increased its own spending on research and development. Last year, compared to 2020, the increase in core expenses amounted to 6.5%. At the same time, the share of these expenses in relation to revenue even decreased slightly, from 8.9% to 8.0%, as sales grew at a faster pace.

In August last year, following the release of Lee Jae-yong, vice president and formal head of Samsung Electronics, the company approved a plan to allocate $43 billion to develop its manufacturing base, research and develop new technologies. However, the amount will be divided into several years, and the production of memory chips will remain the priority direction of financing. In the future, the company would like to be more dependent on the production of batteries and the contract production of semiconductor components for third-party customers.

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