Yet another one of Samsung’s Galaxy A (2019) refreshed models is nearing its debut. The Galaxy A70s (SM-A707F) support page is now live on Samsung India’s website. It doesn’t yet contain any information regarding the phone itself, but evidently, the company is making preparations for what might be the device’s imminent arrival.
The Galaxy A70s hasn’t leaked as much as its siblings – the Galaxy A30s and A50s – and last time the unit made it into our headlines was about a month ago when the device was spotted on Geekbench. Preliminary details hint at the Snapdragon 675 chipset, 6GB of RAM, and Android 9.
Galaxy A70s could ship with Note 10-like software features
The original Galaxy A70 was dubbed ‘a media consumption powerhouse’ in our review, in part thanks to great battery, and we expect the Galaxy A70s to build upon this foundation and hopefully leave us with a similarly-positive impression. Even more so if the Galaxy A50s refresh introduced in August is any indication.
As we’ve detailed in our hands-on story, the aforementioned device comes with One UI 1.5 and boasts a handful of software features lifted from the Galaxy Note 10, such as Link to Windows and Game Booster along with flagship-grade functionality like Edge screen and Edge lighting. Given how the Galaxy A70s is positioned higher than the A50s in the Galaxy A (2019) series, the upcoming model will likely get these software features as well, and perhaps additional ones too.
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