“The Galaxy A60 is expected to be a mid-range offering with a 6.7-inch SUPER AMOLED display and triple rear cameras”
Samsung’s Galaxy A60 has been in the news for quite some time now. With continuous reports, render leaks surrounding the phone surfacing on the web, one can expect the phone to go official very soon. Now, ahead of the unveiling, the device has received Bluetooth certification, revealing the phone will pack Bluetooth 5.0 support and bear the model number SM-A6060.
The device has received the certification with A6060.001 software version, but the Android version is not clear at the moment. However, going by the company’s launches in recent times, it will most likely run on Android 9.0 Pie. As said, the certification also reveals that the Galaxy A60 will offer Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity option, in-line with the expectations. Sadly though, the Bluetooth certification hasn’t revealed anything else regarding the handset.
Recently, the Samsung Galaxy A60’s renders revealed a pretty generic mid-range design with a large screen, a waterdrop-notch, and a narrow chin at the bottom. The device is said to pack a triple camera setup at the rear, and an under-display fingerprint sensor. The phone could offer a large 6.7-inch SUPER AMOLED full HD+ display, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor. The handset is rumoured to be offered in two configurations with either 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB storage.
As for the camera department, the Galaxy A60 is expected to pack in a 32MP front-camera which is likely to be the in-house Bright ISOCELL GD1 sensor. On the rear, as said, the device will feature a triple-camera setup similar to Galaxy A50. However, the primary shooter has been upgraded from the 25-megapixel sensor to a 32-megapixel unit. Lastly, A 4,500mAh massive battery is expected to be on board. While there is no confirmation on the pricing, the phone is expected to sit between the Galaxy A50 and A70.