The Samsung Galaxy A73 has been told to equip the rear camera with a 108-megapixel main sensor. In addition, there is other information about Samsung’s rumored A-series smartphones. The South Korean tech giant has used 108 megapixel sensors in its smartphones many times before. However, it is not clear whether Samsung will use any existing sensors in the upcoming Galaxy A73, or whether it will use the new 108-megapixel sensor. It is rumored that the Galaxy A73 will be part of the A-series smartphone lineup in 2022.

A sort of tweet Author @GaryeonHan was first discovered by SamMobile-that Samsung will apply a 108-megapixel sensor on the Galaxy A73. Samsung earlier used 108 megapixel sensors in the Galaxy S20 Ultra and Galaxy S21 Ultra. However, it is not clear whether Samsung will use any existing sensors on the Galaxy A73. And since Samsung hasn’t even confirmed this phone, it should have some reservations about this information.

Samsung uses the ISOCELL HM3 sensor in the Galaxy S21 Ultra. It is equipped with a 1/1.33 inch sensor with 0.8 nanometer pixels. A previous report pointed out that the upcoming Galaxy S22 Ultra will be equipped with an updated 108-megapixel sensor for the rear camera. It is said that the sensor will be updated and polished through software optimization rather than changes.

The South Korean publication The Elec previously reported that Samsung will add optical image stabilization (OIS) to the entire Galaxy A series lineup in 2022. Samsung has added the OIS function to the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 smartphones of this year’s A series. Even this year’s Galaxy A22, which is an entry-level model of the A series, has an OIS with its 48-megapixel main sensor. The Galaxy A series is Samsung’s most popular smartphone series.

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