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Samsung will introduce the latest Galaxy A series in mid-March

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Last week, a well-known tipster gave a leak stating that Samsung is currently busy preparing for the Galaxy “Awesome” Unpacked event which will be held in March. A few days later, a report from South Korea repeated the same thing.

Yes! It is strongly suspected that this second event will be held by Samsung to introduce its newest Galaxy A Series line. The Korean Herald (via SamMobile) stated that the event is expected to be held in mid-March 2022 to unveil the latest Galaxy A series handsets.

Not a few have also speculated that this event is said to be a response to Apple’s event which will be held on March 8, 2022. As we have heard, the Cupertino, United States-based technology giant will announce the presence of the third generation iPhone SE with 5G connectivity.

On the other hand, Samsung is rumored to be debuting with four of its newest smartphones, the Galaxy A73, Galaxy A53, Galaxy A33, and Galaxy A23. Of the four smartphones, Samsung has secretly revealed details about the Galaxy A23. This smartphone was revealed with the Galaxy A13, Galaxy M23, and Galaxy M33.

Furthermore, the report also mentions that the Galaxy A73 will be the most expensive Galaxy A series of all the smartphones mentioned above. Hopefully, the successor to the Galaxy A72 will arrive with a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED screen and support for the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chipset.

For your information, to recall your memories, Samsung did overhaul the Galaxy A series in 2019. This is done to face its competitors from China. Due to positive feedback, Samsung has introduced new models every year.

According to Omdia, the Galaxy A12 is the smartphone with the most shipments in the world. Recorded, record shipments reached 51.8 million units. In fact, the handset is Samsung’s first smartphone to market more than 50 million units a year.

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