Samsung is expected to reveal its next S-upgrade in October. After “adding an S” in some devices of the Galaxy A and M series, the next in the line seems to be the Galaxy A70s. The handset’s specifications were already revealed through a GeekBench listing and popped out in TENAA database. Yesterday, the handset design was exposed via a couple of schematics in Samsung India website. Now, a new Google Play console listing confirms some of the specs.
The Galaxy A70s will indeed feature a Snapdragon 675 SoC which will come alongside 6GB of RAM. On the rear, the handset will count with a triple-camera setup. This time around, a 64MP Samsung Bright GW1 sensor will lead the gang. Other specs include an in-display fingerprint scanner, OLED panel, 3.5mm headphone jack and a triple slot for 2 SIMs and one MicroSD card. In other words, the handset is a Galaxy A70 with some incremental upgrades.
Design won’t be much different, however, the A70s will bring a new prism gradient design around the back. The same design refreshment appeared in the recently announced Galaxy A30s and A50s. According to reports, the handset will come as soon as in the next month. Samsung is yet to give an official word, but the same “silent” strategy was used in the other “Galaxy A-s” smartphones.