Samsung is planning a Galaxy A event on March 17th.Galaxy A53 and A73 are expected to be released

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Samsung Galaxy Event

Samsung recently announced the Galaxy S22 flagship series, and it’s time for the company’s second launch event in 2022. Samsung has announced a new Awesome Galaxy A event to showcase its new Galaxy A smartphone on March 17th. Here’s what you can expect from the next Samsung event:

Samsung Galaxy A event is happening this week

Samsung Galaxy A event Live stream at 10 am (7:30 pm) IST) March 17th And it will be online. It will be livestreamed on the company’s YouTube channel and even on Samsung Newsroom. The company said that the Galaxy A smartphone is “Full-featured experience that people want from smartphones.. ”

However, the teaser posted on Twitter has some clues. The short teaser videos have various forms of the acronym “A”, each of which gives some hints on how the device works. One “A” is underwater, Tips on IP rating supportThere is another “A” that hints at the stylish look of the next Galaxy A phone. Take a look at the teaser attached below.

Samsung is expected to launch the rumored Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A73 smartphones at this week’s event. These two will join the recently announced Galaxy A13 and Galaxy A23 phones.

The Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A73 will take over the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 from last year, respectively. The The Galaxy A53 may include the Exynos 1200 chipset, but the Galaxy 73 can be equipped with the Snapdragon 750G SoC... Both phones support 5G and can be equipped with a 5,000mAh battery with a 25W fast charge.

The Galaxy A53 can have a 6.5-inch 120Hz display, but the A73 could have a larger 6.7-inch screen. These phones are also expected to run Android 12, with up to 108MP cameras, up to 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage and more.

The Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A73 have the potential to be powerful mid-range smartphones. That said, the specific details of the new Galaxy A phone are still unknown. Therefore, it’s best to wait for the March 17th event to get better ideas. Let us know your guess about the Galaxy A event in the comments below!