Samsung Galaxy A70s pops up in a Google listing
Samsung is expected to reveal their latest “s” upgrade in the popular A-series with the new Galaxy A70s. The device has already passed through Geekbench to show out its specs. Just last week, the phone was spotted on TENAA and its support page even went live for a brief period. Now a new Google Play console listing confirms that the phone will indeed feature an FHD+ display alongside the Snapdragon 675 chipset and 6GB RAM.
Previously we learned the phone will be a minor refresh of the Galaxy A70 but will come with a new prism gradient design around the back like the recently announced Galaxy A30s and A50s. A rumored upgrade is the 64MP Samsung Bright GW1 sensor which would make sense as Samsung has updated the cameras on the other “s” upgrades in the A-series.
- 28 Sep 2019
Yeah I saw now, so it's the same super cheap plastic built phone. Galaxy S4 was much better built than this, S5 the same.
- Casper 15
- 26 Sep 2019
Samsung missed a GREAT opportunity the shake and capture all the mid range market, if the A70s had a SD 730G instead of the SD 675. Redmi Note 8 Pro, Realme XT and Realme X2, Honor 9X, 9xPro have much better specs and a better price. Samsung is 6 to ...
- 26 Sep 2019
The price is too high. Price may be reconsidered before release.