Samsung recently unleashed Galaxy A10s, Galaxy A30s and Galaxy A50s smartphones. Now the company is all set to introduce another A-series smartphone soon, which is dubbed as Samsung Galaxy A70s. The phone carrying the model number SM-A707F has just got the necessary Wi-Fi Alliance certification, which is none other than Galaxy A70s.
As per WiFi certification, the smartphone will have dual Wi-Fi band capabilities and support for 802.11 ac standard. Earlier, Galaxy A70s (SM-A707F) was spotted on the Geekbench website, revealing few of its key specifications.
As per the Geekbench website listing, the smartphone will come equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 coupled with 6GB of RAM and Android 9 Pie operating system. The Galaxy A70s registered 2365 on single-core tests while scoring 6372 in multi-core tests.
As per reports, the upcoming Galaxy A70 is said to use 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor. The GW1 sensor will come in a size of 1/1.72-inch, meaning it will be bigger than the 1/2-inch sensor present on 48MP cameras. Samsung used the Tetracell technology which is its own take on pixel-binning that will merge data from four pixels into one. This means the sensor will be able to click 16MP 1.6 micron pixel snaps at a given time, thus resulting in a 16 x 4 = 64MP image. Further, a 64MP camera sensor will also render support for super phase detection auto-focus technology, Dual Conversion Gain (DCG) and 480fps video recording. Dual Conversion Gain DCG allows the camera to maximise the details of images when clicking in bright environments.