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Samsung Galaxy A60 & A70 Spotted on TENAA, Comes with Triple Rear Cameras!

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Samsung‘s upcoming mid-range smartphones Galaxy A60 and Galaxy A70 have made their appearance to TENAA today which revealed the key specifications of these devices. Both the smartphones will sport triple rear camera setup.

The Galaxy A60 will feature an Infinity-O Display on the front. According to TENAA, the model number of the Galaxy A60 will be SM-A6060. The handset will feature a huge 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display and measures 155.2×73.9×7.9 mm. 

The device will draw juice from a 3,410 mAh battery. On the rear, vertically stacked triple rear cameras can be seen and the LED flash is mounted below the camera sensors. There is a physical fingerprint scanner mounted on the rear side of the handset. No information is known regarding the front camera sensors for both smartphones.

Coming to the Galaxy A70, the smartphone will sport Infinity-V Display. A physical fingerprint scanner is absent on the device which hints the presence of an in-display fingerprint sensor. The rear appears to have a gradient design. The cameras are vertically stacked with the LED flash below, just like the Galaxy A60.

Samsung Galaxy A70 bears the model number SM-A7050 and features a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display. The device measures 164.2×76.7×7.9mm. A massive 4,400 mAh battery will be equipped on the upcoming Galaxy A70. The details of the camera sensors are currently unknown but we expect them to be a combination of a primary sensor coupled with either a telephoto/wide-angle sensor and a depth sensor.

That’s all the information we know regarding these devices so far. South Korean smartphone giant has scheduled an event on April 10 where it will be launching these smartphones. Now that there are two weeks left for the launch of these devices, we expect more leaks from multiple sources in the upcoming days. Till then, stay tuned for further updates.

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