Published: Thu, March 28, 2019
Tech | By Constance Martin

Samsung Galaxy A70 official with triple cameras and Infinity U display

Samsung Galaxy A70 official with triple cameras and Infinity U display

The device looks very much similar to the Galaxy A50 but comes in a bigger size. To do so, the South Korean tech giant has revamped its Galaxy A series, which primarily comprises budget offerings with a premium touch. Samsung is already hosting an event on April 10 where it is widely expected to launch the Galaxy A90 with a pop-up selfie snapper, and more details about the Galaxy A70 could be expected at the event. Samsung is killing it with all the Galaxy A smartphones that it's announcing, and it's time for the Galaxy A70 to become official. The new development comes just after the images and some basic specifications, such as the battery capacity and dimensions, of the Galaxy A60 surfaced on the Chinese certification site. On the front, we are looking at a large 6.7-inch Infinity-U Super AMOLED display with Full HD+ (2400 x 1080 pixels) resolution and 20:9 aspect ratio. What we know is it will have 6GB or 8GB RAM options, up to 128GB of storage with the option to expand up to 512GB, with a dedicated microSD card slot. It runs on Samsung's One UI based on Android 9.0 and would be available in four colours - Black, Blue, Coral, White.

The back features a triple-camera setup that consists of a main 32MP sensor (with f/1.7 lens), an 8MP ultra-wide angle unit (123 degrees field of view), and a 5MP depth sensor. And then, services like Samsung Pay, Knox security and Samsung Pass are also a part of the skin.

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Samsung reportedly believes the absence of buttons will allow for a smooth design and a feeling of unity and note that the replacement of the fingerprint sensor with an in-display version also helped with this.

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