The Asus N73SV is sold with two different display models:
- N73SV-V1G-TY283V: 17.3" GT WSXGA (1600x900) screen
- N73SV-V1G-TZ456Z: 17.3" GT WUXGA (1920x1080) screen
The high-res screen model also usually comes with a Blu-Ray drive while the WSXGA model comes with a DVD drive. I guess your one has a DVD drive only.
Well, the model numbers might differ in your country or based on other equipment included. But I think you got the point. Asus (and many other manufacturers) sell the same model with different hardware combination. So the model number "N73SV" does not say everything about the hardware.
If you just bought the laptop because of the high-res screen then you might ask the vendor whether he's going to exchange it (but he might charge you for the replacement). Check your bill whether it states that you got the WUXGA model. If it does, then you can return it and ask to get what you paid for. If not, then you probably just went to the store and noticed that the laptop is available in two price classes where you bought the cheaper one without checking or realizing that the specs are different. In this case it's strictly speaking your fault and you cannot insist on replacement. But of course you can ask the shop whether they are willing to do an exchange deal - else you can also sell your one and get a new one (the high-res model).
I don't think that adding the right screen type will change anything. Installing the correct INF file usually is recommended for wide-gamut displays where also a color profile is included. Even if Windows recognizes the screen as a generic PnP screen it is able to read the physical resolution from the panel and displays the correct maximum resolution. So Installing the INF file won't help to display a higher resolution.