Samsung might release another variant of its Galaxy A70 smartphone to succeed in the Galaxy A70 and A70s.
The phone will likely be called Samsung Galaxy A70e and will join the mid-segment slot because of its specifications.
Some details were leaked thanks to a set of renders that displayed the device from multiple angles.
The front display is flat and contains a waterdrop notch for the selfie camera. The back panel includes a triple camera module with a fingerprint scanner placed right in the middle of the device. The cameras are placed in a vertical arrangement and are surrounded by a notable bump.
The phone’s dimensions are 156.8mm x 76.45mm x 9.35mm.
The display is approximated at 6.1 inches.
However, experts are wondering if the presence of the fingerprint scanner in the rear panel is a sign of a lower-spec version, an underpowered Galaxy A70, perhaps. Keep in mind that both the A70 and the A70s feature under-display fingerprint sensors.
The 3.5mm jack and the micro USB port also scream of middle-segment, unfortunately.
The renders were leaked by Steve (OnLeaks), and can’t reveal too much information in this form. However, the scarce information we’ve been shown can’t be ignored since the device could be introduced soon, sticking to Samsung’s spring schedule.
The lack of other details makes it impossible to approximate the device’s RAM or other specifications, so stay tuned for further details!
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