Samsung A70 was one of the most well-balanced phones in the Alpha (A) series from Samsung. It had the best display, best battery and a great performance record. Now, after 6 months, Samsung has finally chosen the successor for A70.
Meet the Galaxy A70s, a phone that’s going to carry the legacy of A70. The phone was launched in India last week for INR 28,999 (6GB/128GB) and INR 30,999 (8GB/128GB). And as per our intel the phone is launching in Nepal soon.
So, how different is it and is it worthy of managing the A70’s name? Well, let’s find out.
Samsung Galaxy A70s Features
Design wise there’s just one small improvement that differentiates it from A70. It’s got that “glastic” look but with a prism-based surface, apparently. The interesting aspect is that when light strikes at it, it creates a rainbow-like premium look in the device. And on the front, it has the infinity U cut-out which is protected by gorilla glass.
Under the Infinity U cutout is a 6.7” sAMOLED display with an FHD resolution. The display is the exact same as its forerunner with the same dimensions. Undoubtedly, it is the best display on the mid-range segment. So, great colors, balanced brightness and contrast and wide viewing angles are the major parts of the display.
In its core, the Galaxy A70s has an Octa-Core Snapdragon 675 processor paired with 6/8Gb RAM configurations. The processor was seen in the earlier version as well and is alright. It’s not the best in its category and a little improvement would’ve surely been appreciated in this device. Nonetheless, it’s good in terms of performance and battery management. So, it’s okay for now. There’s flexibility in terms of storage with inbuilt 128Gb memory.
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One major improvement that should catch everyone’s attention is the 64MP primary camera on this device. The primary 64MP lens is surrounded by 8MP ultrawide and 5MP depth sensor. Though the final output should be in 16MP, it’d be interesting to see how good the 64MP lens actually is. It does have the potential to become one of the best camera smartphone in the mid-range series. So, let’s hope for the best.Powering the device is a huge 4500mAH which should last a day easily as we’ve seen the same from its predecessor. There’s also support for 25W fast charging which should fill the battery in no time at all.
About the phone itself, clearly, it’s not that much of an upgrade, is it? One major improvement and possibly the best improvement is the 64MP camera. The previous generation was lacking a bit in terms of camera performance but hopefully the A70s will be able to counter it pretty well. I did feel that the phone was lacking in terms of processing power a little. If it were to be improved, it has the potential to become one of the best smartphones in its category.
As of now, the major competitor for the A70s is the Redmi K20 Pro. The K20 Pro has a beastly processor which frankly will chew the A70s to tiny bits. It provides even more flexibility with its 256GB variant. And smaller aspects like the faster in-display fingerprint scanner and 13MP ultrawide camera brings the lead to K20 Pro’s favor.
So, that’s all on our thoughts on the Galaxy A70s. What do you think about this device? Do let us know in the comments below.
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