“The new Samsung Galaxy A70 case renders reveal the design of the upcoming phone”
Samsung’s new A series phones are affordable, feature packed and are giving a tough fight to some Chinese smartphone brands. The Korean giant recently released a bunch of Galaxy A series phones in India, but it isn’t done yet. We have no received some case renders for one of the upcoming A series phones. These renders have been provided by a reliable source and belong to the Galaxy A70.
The case renders reveal the design of the Galaxy A70 smartphone. As per the renders, the Galaxy A70 will feature a triple-rear camera setup and a U-shaped notch at the front. You will also notice that there is no fingerprint scanner at the back of the phone. This means that the phone will feature an in-display fingerprint scanner. Check out the exclusive Samsung Galaxy A70 renders below.
The renders are for the case, but it also shows the phone from pretty much every angle. You can see that the volume rocker and the power button are both available on the right side of the phone. The phone will also carry a 3.5mm headphone jack. The camera module is slightly protruding out from the body. It looks like the phone will use a plastic construction similar to other A series phones. A previous rumour had also mentioned that the Galaxy A70 would feature a 4,400mAh battery. That’s all we know about the phone for now.
This isn’t the first budget phone from Samsung to include an in-display fingerprint scanner. The company has been bringing high-end features to budget and mid-range phones in order to make them more attractive to customers. The formula has worked and the latest Galaxy M series and A series phones have been selling quite well.
The company will soon be adding more phones to the line-up, which include the Galaxy A20, Galaxy A40, Galaxy A60, and Galaxy A90. Some of these devices were officially confirmed by the Samsung UK store, while the Galaxy A40 received an FCC certification. All this means that we can expect these phones to be announced very soon.