Samsung Galaxy A74 reportedly won’t exist, A7x series ended

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For really a when now Samsung’s best providing smartphone sequence […]

For really a when now Samsung’s best providing smartphone sequence has been the A5x. But up until finally now, it wasn’t the major dog of the A sequence, that honor reserved to the A7x. Very well, in accordance to a new rumor, which is all established to alter following yr, as there will be no A7x device no more.

That is proper, the A73 was seemingly the final A7x model ever produced, as Samsung will not release an A74 in 2023, thus leaving the Galaxy A54 to be the headliner of the A sequence in both product sales charm but also sheer specs.

Samsung Galaxy A73
Samsung Galaxy A73

While other upcoming Ax4 handsets have been leaked, no these kinds of matter took place to the A74, and that is allegedly owing to the easy reality that there is no A74 in improvement, nor will there at any time be.

This may well sound odd, but contemplate that the Galaxy A73 was already marginalized in Samsung’s portfolio, acquiring a launch in a scaled-down range of international locations than the A72 just before it. So maybe the tale of the A73 was foreshadowing what was likely to inevitably come about with the A74.

There’s also no term about a Galaxy S22 FE or S23 FE, which leaves a strange (and rather substantial) selling price hole in between the A54 and the S23, broad open up for Chinese rivals to get advantage of. It truly is a questionable system at very best, to go away you exposed to the levels of competition like that, but maybe Samsung does have a system – advertising the S22 at an even much larger price cut and slotting it in there? We’ll have to wait for the S23’s introduction to find out. Luckily, that’s only a several weeks absent, now rumored to take put on February 1.

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