“Samsung Galaxy A70s had previously been rumoured to be the world’s first smartphone with a 64-megapixel primary camera sensor”
Last month, we heard that there would be a new variant of the Galaxy A70 with an improved camera sensor. The rumour suggested that the phone would be called the Galaxy A70s and it would feature a 64-megapixel camera at the back. Currently, the highest resolution sensor on a smartphone is the 48-megapixel unit supplied by either Samsung or Sony. However, the new 64-megapixel sensor would be a Samsung made ISOCELL Bright GW1. Not a lot is known about the phone, but a new report claims to have information regarding the colour options for the Galaxy A70s and a few other A series phones.
According to a MySmartPrice report citing a “trusted source,” Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy A70s would be headed to India. It says the Galaxy A70s will come in Black, White, and Lavender colour options. The standard variant, Galaxy A70, is available in Black, White, Blue, and Coral hues. There is no information about the hardware or design differences as of now, but the ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor from Samsung features real-time HDR, Super PDAF, and FHD slow-motion video recording at 480FPS. We can expect the smartphone to launch in the second half of the year.
Apart from the Galaxy A70s, the source also mentioned the Galaxy A30s and Galaxy A20s. Once again, we do not have any details about the specifications of these phones. However, the Galaxy A30s will be available in the same colour options as the Galaxy A70s. On the other hand, the Galaxy A20s will be available in Black and Blue colour options. The report claims both the handsets are likely to be launched in the second half of 2019.
The Galaxy A30s and Galaxy A20s must be mid-range budget smartphones, while the Galaxy A70s may lean a little towards the premium side. It should still be cheaper than the Galaxy S series. We will let you know more about these phones as more details become available, so stick around.