Samsung already revealed a couple of S-upgrades for their handsets on the A and M-series. The Galaxy A70s is the next in the line, according to a couple of reports. Now, a leaked user’s manual surfaced to give us a quick glimpse of the smartphone’s design aspects. It’s a curious leak, after all, Samsung is yet to say anything about the new handset, but the user manual was uploaded on the company’s website in India.
The leaked schematics reveal a smartphone that is very close in design to its predecessor – Galaxy A70. On the front, the Galaxy A70s will sport a waterdrop notch display with an under-glass fingerprint scanner. And around the back, it will sport a triple camera setup positioned vertically in the top-left corner.
In addition, the smartphone will feature all the buttons on the right side. The left side will house the SIM card / Memory card Tray (It’s a triple slot). On the top, we have just a few antennas confirming GPS and NFC and a noise-cancellation microphone, while on the bottom there is a speaker, microphone, USB Type-C port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. On the top of the display, there is a small waterdrop notch housing the selfie snapper and speaker.
Worth noting that the manual also confirms a few features of the Galaxy A70s like Dolby Atmos, Digital Wellbeing, and full-screen gestures. Of course, we believe that it will feature Android 9 Pie with OneUI 1.5 running atop. According to rumors, the Galaxy A70s is essentially an A70 with 64MP camera.
If rumors are true, the handset will be revealed as soon as in the next month.