Samsung is reportedly working on the next-generation of Galaxy A-series, which will be unveiled on April 10. Now, just ahead of official launch, key specifications and images of the Galaxy A60 and Galaxy A70 have emerged online.
Both the smartphones from Samsung have been spotted on TENAA. Starting with the Galaxy A60, the image reveals triple-camera setup and there is a fingerprint sensor at the back panel. The Galaxy A70, on the other hand, comes with a gradient finish at the back and there is a triple-camera setup as well.
Interestingly, the Galaxy A70 does not feature a fingerprint sensor at the back, which could mean that the company will employ an in-display fingerprint sensor, similar to what it did with Galaxy A50, which was recently launched in India. Moving on, the Galaxy A60 will come with Infinity-O display, which is basically a punch-hole design that features front-facing camera. The Galaxy A70 will be equipped with Infinity-U display, which is Samsung’s version of waterdrop notch.
Coming to the specifications, the Galaxy A60 will feature a 6.3-inch screen, which might come with Full HD+ resolution. The phone will be backed by a 3410mAh battery and it is highly likely that the phone will support fast charging support. Furthermore, the phone measures 155.2 x 73.9 x 7.9mm.
The Galaxy A70 features a 6.7-inch screen, which might bear Full HD+ resolution as well. The phone is equipped with a larger 4400mAh battery as compared to the Galaxy A60. The phone measures 164.2 x 76.7 x 7.9mm.