Samsung unveils the 6.7-inch Galaxy A70, triple main camera and 4,500 mAh battery in tow
Although it will be fully unveiled in about three weeks, the Samsung Galaxy A70 is now official and we already know almost everything about it. However, Samsung's official announcement does not say much about the processor used for this handset, but it's enough to say that the Samsung Galaxy A70 has the largest display — no less than 6.7 inches — in the Galaxy A family so far.
The Super AMOLED Infinity-U display mentioned above has a resolution of 2,400 x 1,080 pixels (21:9 screen ratio). The Galaxy A70 sports a 32 MP selfie shooter, while the back panel accommodates a camera setup that brings together three sensors: 32 MP f/1.7, 8 MP f/2.2 123-degree ultra wide, and a depth sensor with 5 MP and f/2.2. The processor is an octa-core chip with two cores clocked at 2 GHz and six 1.7 GHz cores, most likely a Samsung-made Exynos.
In addition to the above, these are the other essential technical specs and features: 6 or 8 GB of memory, 128 GB of internal storage and microSD support up to 512 GB, on-screen fingerprint reader, a 4,500 mAh battery with fast charging, as well as Android 9.0 Pie-based firmware.
The Samsung Galaxy A70 is made using "3D Glasstic" and will be available in black, blue, coral, and white. The price and launch date are still unknown, but we should find out all there is to know about this phablet on April 10.