Samsung Launched New Galaxy A Models

March 17th marked an exciting day for Samsung lovers all over the world. The launch to set Samsung a step ahead of Apple iPhones presented the Samsung Galaxy A33, A53 and the A73.

The targeted audience is those cost-conscious types, making the A series affordable for anyone looking for an excellent phone for a great price. Let’s take a look at what your money gets you.

The Samsung Galaxy A33

Photo: Samsung (Samsung Galaxy A53)
  • 6.4-inch screen
  • 4 rear cameras
  • 5G coverage
  • $599

The Samsung Galaxy A53

  • 6.5-inch screen
  • 4 rear cameras
  • 5G coverage
  • $710

The Samsung Galaxy A73

  • 6.7-inch screen
  • 5G coverage
  • 4 rear cameras
  • $590

Features

The camera in the A53 comes in varying degrees of megapixels, starting with the main camera providing 64 megapixels for top-notch photo and video viewing, along with a new 12-megapixel “Ultra Wide” lens. Not to be left outdone, the A73 will come equipped as well with a 12-megapixel “Ultra Wide” lens, but on top of a 108 MP main camera. The A33 comes with a Quad Camera setup on the back with a 48MP main sensor and a 13MP front selfie camera.

Screen sizes in A53 and A33 models have increased to 6.5 inches edge to edge on the A53, and 6.7 inches on the A73, providing users full usage of the phone’s front. Since Samsung is doing away with the “mini” version of all phones, hopefully, this upgraded screen size will be the new norm.   

Performance

All phones are set up on the same processing grid with 5,000 mAh on an Octa-core processing chip. The A53 boasts a 6% faster gaming experience with its “Game Booster” technology, cooling the device, storing memory better, and conserving battery life so the gamer in you doesn’t have to sacrifice time for the long haul. 

Photo: Samsung Mobile Press (Samsung Galaxy A73)

Each phone includes 128 GB of internal storage with the ability to hold additional storage on an SD card up to 1TB. Now gamers have plenty of battery life to play, and all users can keep their memories in the palm of their hands without choosing what to keep or delete. 

Design

The colour selection on the A73 will give buyers an option of white, grey, or mint, whereas the A53 and A33 are available in black, white, peach or blue.

The A53 and A73 Samsung phones come with a 120Hz smooth AMOLED display screen. This technology provides the best scrolling users have ever had. The A33 comes with an FHD+ resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate.

Conclusion

Overall, the new Samsung A series has brought their “A” game. Comparable to their predecessors, they are ready to shine with new accessories and an affordable price tag.

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