Samsung in the past few days has launched two mid-range Galaxy A-series smartphones in a rather low key manner, and it appears the Korean tech giant will be unveiling more in the days to come, but that might not come in the same low key tone, rather at a launch event set to take place on April 10. Now, ahead of the launch event, two Samsung Galaxy smartphone -the Galaxy A70 and A60 that are likely candidates for the April 10 event have been granted approval by the Chinese regulator -TENAA.
Starting with the most interesting of the duo, Galaxy A60 with the model number SM-A6060 as per the images published on TENAA will come with a 6.3-inch sized display with Infinity O-display similar to the one on the Galaxy S10 – making it the first of the new Galaxy A series to sport the premium type display. Tipped to get a 3410mAh battery, the Galaxy A60 is listed with dimensions 155.2 x 73.39 x 7.9mm, while it will get a triple-camera setup with an LED flash module as well as a fingerprint scanner on the flip side.
The Galaxy A70, on the other hand, has the model number SM-A7050, and is listed with dimensions 164.2 x 76.7 x 7.9mm, a larger 6.7-inch display, but will drop the Infinity O-display for the U-display, and perhaps as makeup will get an-in-display fingerprint sensor as opposed to the A60 rear sensor. The Galaxy A70 will be powered by a 4400mAh battery, while it retains the triple-rear cameras, though of unknown configurations.
Hopefully, the rest of the pecs will be updated soon, perhaps before the April 10 Galaxy launch date.