Samsung has added another addition to their midrange Galaxy A-series line-up after the recent launch of the Galaxy A30 and A50 that features some of the mainstays of the line – a large Infinity Super AMOLED display and an array of solid specifications under the hood.
The Galaxy A70 sports an 6.7-inch Infinity U Super AMOLED FHD+ resolution display up front that has a U-shaped notch cut into the upper section for a 32-MP f/2.0 selfie camera, hence the name. The display also hosts an on-screen fingerprint reader to unlock the phone.
This large display is paired up with an as yet unannounced octacore processor that pairs up a 1.7GHz hexacore with a dual 2.0GHz processor running Android Pie 9.0. It also sports a generous 8GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage beefed up by a triple card slot that allows you to bung in two SIM cards and a microSD card up to 512GB in size.
The rear sports a vertically arrayed triple-camera which combines a32-MP f/1.7 primary camera, an 8-MP F/2.2 ultra wide camera and a 5-MP F/2.2 depth sensor along with the Scene Optimiser feature first seen on the Galaxy Note9 that tweaks settings for best results when the camera sees any of 20 recognised scenarios. The Galaxy A70 also hosts a large 4,500mAh battery with 25W Super Fast Charging support crammed into a casing that’s available in your choice of blue, black or white.
There is no confirmation on pricing or local availability in Malaysia as yet but it will likely be officially launched at the ‘A Galaxy Event’ unpacked that will take place on three continents, including one in Bangkok, Thailand this coming April 10 2019. For more details swing by https://www.samsung.com/my/smartphones/galaxy-a/