Samsung Intros Gigantic Galaxy A70 With In-Display Fingerprint Scanner

Samsung Intros Gigantic Galaxy A70 With In-Display Fingerprint Scanner

Samsung Intros Gigantic Galaxy A70 With In-Display Fingerprint Scanner

Even as the Galaxy A10, A20 and A30 are still only weeks old, Samsung has announced the Galaxy A70, a more high-end mid-range device with a large battery and a unique aspect ratio.

The Samsung Galaxy Fold is now officially available - to those who can and want to pay the price for first-generation flexible screen tech. It will be powered by Samsung's new Android Pie-based One UI similar to the marquee phones. The phone is featured with an in-display fingerprint sensor which can be used for login to websites and to protect apps. Two of the cores on the Galaxy A70 are said to be for high-performance applications thanks to its faster 2.0Ghz clock speeds, while the rest of the six cores are reserved only for when they're needed to most to reserve power.


The rear panel accommodates a three-camera combo comprising a 32-megapixel unit with an f1.7 aperture, a secondary ultra wide 8-megapixel shooter with a 123-degree field of view and an f2.2 aperture, as well as a 5-megapixel depth sensor. Interesting enough, another report also claims that the Galaxy Note 10 will feature a Quad-Camera setup on its back. The SoC would be paired with 6GB and 8GB RAM options and have 128GB internal storage, expandable up to 512GB via microSD. Then Samsung will release its much talked-about foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold, in late April. You'll also get both facial recognition and an in-screen fingerprint reader. We will be knowing more details on April 10th where Samsung is rumored to unveil the Galaxy A90 smartphone with a pop-up selfie camera. This phone will be available in four colors of - Coral, Blue, Black and White.

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