At first glance, Samsung Galaxy A72 inspired by S21 series but not entirely. More interestingly, the entire back panel on the Samsung Galaxy A72 is made of an attractive and beautiful matte finish. Not only that, this kind of finish is also not easy to trap fingerprint dirt and even scratch marks.
Speaking of the important connection port on this Samsung Galaxy A72, it uses a USB-C connection port. Not only that, this smartphone also still retains a 3.5mm audio jack which is felt to be very suitable for users who are not yet ready to switch winds to the use of TWS. Again I say, you don’t have to worry because Samsung gives you what you need.
Moving on to the side design, it’s just the same as the Samsung Galaxy A52. It houses the power button and volume adjuster on the right side. Next, it places space for the SIM at the top. Talking more about it, this space only supports dual-sim slot however it is designed based on hybrid via Nano-SIM (SIM1) + Nano-SIM/microSD (SIM2) slot. It will indirectly make it difficult for some users to take advantage of both SIMs simultaneously when a microSD card is in use.
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The Samsung Galaxy A72 uses a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED screen with Infinity-O design. In addition, it also comes with FHD+ resolution (1080 x 2400 pixels), pixel density of 407 ppi and Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. Just like the previous generation, the front camera hole is still in the middle. There may be some or most of us who do not like this screen design.
Actually, it’s not as bad as you might think. On the other hand, the holes here are small and such designs are also capable of presenting a higher screen-to-body ratio. Indirectly, this will be able to provide viewing satisfaction when using this android smart device. Coupled with its large screen, more content can be viewed in a single display.