TENAA, the Chinese regulator, has listed two new Samsung smartphones: the Galaxy A60 and A70. What to fill to the brim the range A of the South Korean giant.
The mid-range at Samsung lives a year 2019 quite frantic. The South Korean giant has already formalized the Galaxy A10 and A20 but also the Galaxy A30 and A50. In addition, the company is about to unveil the Galaxy A90 (which could eventually be renamed A80) without any notch. And it's not over since a Galaxy A40 would also be in the pipes.
To complete this table already very dense, Samsung would also include a Galaxy A60 and a Galaxy A70. Both devices appeared on the site of the Chinese regulator TENAA (SM-A6060 and SM-A7070).
The Galaxy A70 is the larger of the two models that interest us today. The TENAA evokes dimensions of 164.2 × 76.7 × 7.9 mm for a diagonal of 6.7 inches. On the reports issued by the certification body, we can see that the phone should have a triple camera in the back.
However, we do not see the fingerprint reader Galaxy A70. It does not seem to have lodged on the edges of the terminal and we can imagine that Samsung has integrated under the screen as for the Galaxy A50. But this is just a guess. As for the notch on the forehead, discreet and in the shape of a small drop of water, it is quite easy to distinguish.
For the battery, it should count on a capacity of 4400 mAh.
The Galaxy A60 has been listed by TENAA here and here. On the renderings we can see that he too would have a triple camera in the back. Here we can see the fingerprint reader lodged at the back. Side dimensions, the phone would be less imposing: 155.2 × 73.9 × 7.9 mm. The screen, he would have a diagonal of 6.3 inches.
Also, the TENAA indicates a more modest battery of 3410 mAh. Interesting fact: here the front photo sensor seems to have lodged in a small hole in the upper left corner of the screen.