After many leaks, Samsung has officially announced in India the launch of another smartphone. This is the Galaxy A70s, a slight upgrade of a model released in April 2019.
The device is a premium mid-range model that is geared toward a fan of larger screens – the display is Full HD + and is 6.7 "- and needs a high capacity 4,500 mAh battery. The processor and memory options remain the same as Original Galaxy A70: Snapdragon 675 chip and choice of 6 GB to 8 GB of RAM, plus 128 GB of internal space.
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The main news is in the camera scheme. The rear modules feature Samsung's own technology with three sensors: one 64 MP (ISOCELL Bright GW1), one 8 MP (ultra wide) and one 5 MP (live focus). The front camera now has 32 MP resolution and f / 2.0 aperture. Technologies such as Night Mode and SuperSteady Video (for recording clips with high image stabilization) are confirmed.
The Galaxy A70s will initially be sold only in India by the manufacturer's official store and partner dealers. The available colors are Prism Crush Red (red), Prism Crush Black (black) and Prism Crush White (white). Price varies between Rs. 28,999 (R $ 1,700 in direct currency conversion) and Rs. 30,999 (about R $ 1.8 thousand).