Galaxy A60 and Galaxy A70 images surface, launch imminent
Samsung has a whole host of Galaxy A devices to launch this year. It has already unveiled the Galaxy A10, A30 and the A50 last month. The Galaxy A20 was quietly launched in Russia just last week as well. There are a few other handsets in the pipeline and at least two of them are due to arrive soon.
Images of the Galaxy A60 and Galaxy A70 have now surfaced online courtesy of the TENAA database. That’s China’s equivalent of the FCC. Before they can be sold in the country, the handsets need to be approved by the regulatory body. The approval process yields such images even before the devices are officially unveiled.
Galaxy A60 and Galaxy A70 images surface on TENAA
The Galaxy A60, bearing model number SM-A6060 in China, is expected to feature the Snapdragon 675 processor. It may arrive with 6/8GB RAM + 128GB storage configurations. The 6.3-inch Infinity-O display adds a cutout instead of a notch for the front camera like the other handsets in this series. There’s also a fingerprint sensor at the back alongside the triple-camera which may have a 32-megapixel primary sensor. We have already revealed that it will have a 3,410mAh battery.
We first reported about the development of the Galaxy A70 some eight months ago. It appears that the device is now ready to hit the market. It, SM-A7050, is expected to feature a 6.7-inch Infinity-U display which is Samsung’s branding for a waterdrop-style notch. The Galaxy A70 will get an in-display fingerprint sensor, a triple camera at the back and a 4,400mAh battery.
The TENAA certifications are a good indication of the impending launch of these devices. They stick with the script for Samsung’s 2019 Galaxy A series and will likely be affordably priced. Samsung has an event scheduled for April 10 to unveil new Galaxy A devices. Perhaps it will launch the Galaxy A60 and Galaxy A70 at the event alongside the highly anticipated Galaxy A90.