The Samsung Galaxy A70 screams "go big or go home" – the newly-announced device by Samsung comes with a huge 6.7in Super Amoled Infinity U display, the biggest screen in the Galaxy A series so far.
It's also bigger than the flagship Samsung Galaxy S10+ which has a 6.4in display.
The A70 has a rear triple camera setup with a 32-megapixel super high-resolution lens as the main shooter, an 8-megapixel sensor for ultra wide shots in the same viewing angle as the human eye and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. The device comes with a Scene Optimiser feature that helps to enhance images taken in up to 20 scenes.
It also has a Flaw Detection feature that automatically identifies glitches before a photo is taken. This feature promises to help prevent users from missing the perfect shot.
For selfies, there is also a 32-megapixel high resolution front camera. The company claims both the 32-megapixel rear and front cameras can take brighter and sharper shots without compromising on image quality.
The device which runs on Android Pie is powered by Octa Core processors with 8GB RAM and 128GB memory, and it can also be expanded up to 512GB via microSD.
Expect to go all day with the A70 as the device comes with a huge 4,500mAh battery capacity that supports Super-Fast Charging at 25W. Other features include in-display fingerprint scanner and face unlock.
The A70 also features Samsung's One UI platform, which comes with functions such as One Handed Navigation that as the name implies displays all controls within one-handed reach, as well as Night Mode for a viewing display that is easier on the eyes. The device also comes with the company's digital wallet service Samsung Pay.
Available in three colour options namely Black, Blue and White, pricing and availability for the Samsung Galaxy A70 will be announced later. Users can expect Samsung to announce more details about the A70 at A Galaxy Event happening on April 10.
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