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Samsung announces major Galaxy A launch this week

14.03.2022 05:58 AM
Samsung announces major Galaxy A launch this week
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Samsung announces major Galaxy A launch this week
Samsung will hold its next conference on March 17 to unveil new versions of its Galaxy A series of medium phones.

Evan Blass shared an official teaser for the Korean giant, in which he confirmed the date of the company's next event later this month.

The teaser indicates that Samsung's upcoming announcements are from the company's mid-range Galaxy A series of phones, but the announcement did not provide more accurate details about the addresses of the upcoming releases.

And the teaser hints at the support of one of the versions for the water resistance feature, on the other hand, Samsung presented the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A52 5G phones, as well as the Galaxy A72 in the same period last year, and it is expected that this year’s announcements will include both the Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A73 phones, so We are waiting for the official event for more details.
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