According to a report by Korean website ET News, Samsung will launch the Galaxy A70s smartphone later this year with 64MP camera sensor. This is not surprising as Samsung has been introducing some new technologies to its mid-range lineup before its flagship line.
These words caused many netizens to speculate that Samsung's "most creative" offering during the second half of the year would be a new Galaxy A model.
The report also states that Samsung Note 10 would include UFS 3.0, which was first introduced on the delayed Galaxy Fold. However, the rumoured highlight of the phone sure sounds like the Galaxy A70s will be a major upgrade - at least in the camera department.
A leaker has claimed that Samsung is going to release something very "creative", a new smartphone that will be considerably better than the Galaxy Fold. The front of the Galaxy A70 featured Samsung's Inifity-U display and the notch upfront also equipped a 32MP selfie shooter.
As for the other technical specifications of the upcoming Galaxy A70S is concerned, the speculations suggest the device will be almost identical to what we have already seen on the current Galaxy A70, except for the cameras.
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So, what about the Galaxy A70S? Not much is known about its other specifications.
The ISOCELL GW1 sensor has a small 0.8 micrometre size pixel which is considerably smaller than most camera sensors found on modern smartphones.
Prominent leaker of all things Samsung IceUniverse made a new announcement that rocked the internet, particularly those who are looking to buy the new Galaxy S10 or are waiting for the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Fold. It works similar to how 48MP sensors produce 12MP images in low-light.
It features three rear cameras and offers an in-display fingerprint sensor.
The presence of super PD, a high-performance phase detection autofocus technology, and full HD recording at 480 frames per second (fps) is supported for smooth cinematic slow-motion videos.