Samsung Introduces A New Entry To Their A-Series With Galaxy A70

Their latest offering provides a large infinity display, enhanced triple camera, and powerful battery

Samsung has just recently unveiled a new entry to their A-series smartphones with the Samsung Galaxy A70. While the A70 is part of Samsung’s mid-range line, its hardware definitely places it on the higher-end of the A-series spectrum.

The Samsung Galaxy A70 comes with a whopping 6.7-inch teardrop-notched FHD+ Super AMOLED display with 20:9 aspect ratio which provides generous screen real estate. It’s powered by Android 9, an Octa Core (Dual 2.0GHz + Hexa 1.7GHz) processor, 6GB of RAM with 128GB of internal storage (expandable to 512GB with SD card), and a large battery capacity at 4,500mAh with Super-Fast Charging at 25W.

The phone’s rear triple camera setup consists of a 32MP main, 8MP ultra wide, and 5MP depth sensor. While in front, it comes with a 32MP selfie camera. The Galaxy A70 camera launcher includes “Scene Optimizer” that can recognize and intuitively enhance up to 20 scenes, bringing out the best in what it sees. And with Flaw Detection that automatically identifies glitches before you click, so you’ll never miss the perfect shot.

Other notable features include the same in-display fingerprint sensor, and Samsung Knox, a defense-grade security platform designed to protect from chipset to software giving you a piece of mind for your privacy on the Galaxy A70.

Stay tuned for more information on the Galaxy A that will be revealed at ‘A Galaxy Event’ – taking place across three different continents on April 10th.