A recent rumor had suggested Samsung will launch a variant of the Galaxy A70 dubbed A70s featuring a 64MP resolution primary camera at the rear. Thanks to a trusted source, we have now obtained some new information that confirms the A70s will definitely be making its way to India. Along with the Galaxy A70s, Samsung is likely to launch two more A-series smartphones in the country in the near future: Galaxy A30s and Galaxy A20s.
Samsung Galaxy A70s to Come in Three Color Options
The Samsung Galaxy A70s, according to our source, will be offered in three color options at launch: Black, White, and Lavender. Samsung Galaxy A70, in comparison, comes in Coral, Blue, Black, and White colors. Unfortunately, we have no information yet regarding the actual differences between the Galaxy A70 and Galaxy A70s in terms of hardware specifications. Going by the name of the phone, we can expect it to be similar to the Galaxy A70 in a few areas at least. In the camera department, the Galaxy A70s is expected to feature Samsung’s new 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor with features such as real-time HDR up to 100dB, Super PD phase detection auto-focus technology, and up to Full HD resolution slow-motion video capture.
In addition to the Samsung Galaxy A70s, two other Galaxy A-series phones are likely to be launched in India in the second half of the year. While the Galaxy A30s will be sold in the same three color options as the Galaxy A70s, the Galaxy A20s will be offered in Black and Blue colors. Just like the Galaxy A70s, however, there is no word yet on the hardware specifications of the Galaxy A30s and Galaxy A20s. None of the three smartphones have been spotted online on any certification site just yet, so they may not go official very soon.