In September last year, Samsung introduced the Galaxy A70s smartphone in India. The phone arrived as the South Korean tech giant’s first handset to flaunt a 64MP primary camera at the rear. The company now seems to be planning to launch yet another Galaxy A series smartphone called the Samsung Galaxy A70e in the near future. While the brand is yet to confirm the existence of the Galaxy A70e, its CAD-based renders and a 360-degree video has been leaked online. The images have revealed the design of the upcoming Galaxy A series smartphone from all angles.
Samsung Galaxy A70e renders
As seen in the images, the Samsung Galaxy A70e will sport a slightly different design than the Galaxy A70s. The phone will have waterdrop notch above the screen and a triple primary camera setup at the rear. The placement of the rear cameras will be on the top-left corner at the back like the Galaxy A70s. However, the LED flash unit of the main shooters will be placed inside the camera module, instead of the outside on the predecessor. As you can see from the photos, the Galaxy A70e will have a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, a 3.5mm headphone socket, and a micro-USB port for charging. The source has also suggested that the Samsung Galaxy A70e will be featuring a 6.1-inch flat display. Unfortunately, there’s no word on the other specifications of the Galaxy A70e at the moment.
Talking about the Samsung Galaxy A70s, the phone is a mid-range offering with an ISOCELL Bright GW1 64MP primary camera, Snapdragon 675 SoC, and a 4,500mAh battery with 25W fast charging support. The handset was launched in the country at a starting price tag of Rs 28,999, but is now available from Rs 26,999, after a price cut of Rs 2,000. The device’s most expensive model with 8GB of RAM now costs Rs 28,999 in the country.