Samsung Electronics unveiled its entry-level smartphone “Galaxy A70” on March 26. The Galaxy A70 has a screen size of 6.7 inches and a screen ratio of 20 to 9, making it the model with the largest screen among Samsung's budget Galaxy A smartphone series.
The Galaxy A has Infinity-U Display with an inscribed "U" character for the center camera on the front, and a fingerprint sensor on the display like the Galaxy S10 series.
Its front and back cameras can express 32 megapixels. In addition, the back of the camera has an 8-megapixel super-wide-angle camera and a 5-megapixel depth camera. It also includes an 'intelligent camera' function that automatically optimizes colors and contrasts according to shooting scenes including scenery, foods and people.
The sleek new model is loaded with a 4,500 mAh battery which is bigger than 4,100 mAh of the Galaxy S10 Plus' and supports a 25W quick charge function.
The Galaxy A comes in four colors -- coral, blue, black and white. Its release schedule and price have not been set yet.
Samsung Electronics has released six Galaxy A series including the Galaxy A70 this year, and will announce the Galaxy A90, the top model in the series, at the A Galaxy Event in Bangkok of Thailand, Milan of Italy and Sao Paulo of Brazil on April 10.