Is it Worth Buying Samsung Galaxy A73 5G?

Samsung Galaxy A73 5G Review

Samsung is charging a premium for the recently launched Galaxy A73 5G, the phone should have launched at Rs 29,999 but the same is now, available at Rs 41,999 in India.

The Galaxy A73 5G price in India starts from Rs 41,999 for 8GB Ram + 128GB storage while 8GB Ram + 256GB storage variant is priced at Rs 44,999. The device comes with Awesome Gray, Awesome Mint, and Awesome White color options and it will be available from 8th April 2022 in India.

So let’s see, who should spend Rs 41,999 on Galaxy A73 5G or who should not?

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Is it Worth Buying Samsung Galaxy A73 5G?

Samsung Galaxy A73 5G Review

No, the Galaxy A73 5G is not worth buying because it’s an overpriced smartphone, the Snapdragon 778G SoC doesn’t worth the 42k price tag, you can get the same processor at a 20k price tag while the camera needs improvement and it doesn’t even come out the charger, overall, Samsung is charging a premium for brand value.

Now, the phone does have good cameras and it takes good images too but still, the cameras don’t justify the Rs 41,999 price tag, this would have been a great smartphone but because of the pricing, it ended up a good smartphone.

Related: Best Smartphones Under Rs 50,000

Samsung has brand value but still, in the end, it’s an Android smartphone and as of now, we have tons of better Android smartphones than the Galaxy A73 5G but again, this could be a good option for those who only wanted to buy the best Samsung smartphone around 45k in India.

Now, if you ask me, I won’t ever pay extra money for brand value, I would rather look for value for money smartphone and in this case, the Galaxy A73 5G is a good smartphone but not the best considering the price and competition.


Samsung Galaxy A73 5G Review
Samsung Galaxy A73 5G

The Galaxy A73 5G comes with 6.70-inches 120Hz sAMOLED display with 1080 x 2400 pixels resolution while the display is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 5. It’s powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor and it runs on OneUI 4.1 based on Android 12.

Related: Best Smartphones Under Rs 40,000

The Samsung Galaxy A73 5G comes with 108MP primary sensor which has OIS support, a 12MP ultra-wide lens, a 5MP macro sensor, and a 5MP depth sensor while there is a 32MP selfie shooter on the front. The rear cameras can shoot videos at [email protected][email protected]/60fps while the front can shoot at only [email protected]

Most of the smartphones at 35k come with either 120W or 65W fast charging support but Samsung decided to go with 25W wired charging support. Fun fact, Samsung didn’t give a charger in the box, so you have to use whatever you have at home or buy a 25W charger from Samsung which will cost you Rs 1,999.

That 5,000 mAh battery will last for a day but in the end, it will depend on how you use the smartphone in day-to-day life.


If you wanted to buy only a Samsung smartphone and if your budget is Rs 50,000 then skip the Galaxy A73 5G because now, you can get the Galaxy S21 FE 5G at Rs 49,999 but if you don’t want to spend 50k then you can also get the Galaxy S20 FE 5G at 40k too.

Note: Price will change from time to time, so first check on Amazon.

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  1. Hallo,Iam an avid lover for mobile photography but again on a budget. Do you recommend me buying a refurbished Google pixel 2XL. It’s only 12K in the refurbished market. Is there any risks on getting this refurb device? Please advice thanks.