Samsung‘s Galaxy A60 and Samsung Galaxy A70 appeared in the lists of China’s regulatory authority, TENAA, before their possible launch on April 10th. Samsung has already announced 5 Galaxy A phones so far and has not yet been completed. The Galaxy A60 and Galaxy A70 are expected to be part of the next wave, along with the Galaxy A90. The entry to TENAA reveals some of the specifications we will see on the two mid-range phones next month.
Beginning with the Galaxy A60, it is the smallest of both and will also have a lower price. It has a 6.3-inch screen, most likely with Full HD + resolution and a hole design for the camera. This is to deny some previous rumors that the Galaxy A60 will have a 6.7-inch display, since the TENAA entries are the most reliable source for specifications after, of course, official announcements.
Also, the Galaxy A70 will have a 6.7 inch screen as revealed by TENAA documents, so it is likely that the previously mentioned Galaxy A60 is ultimately the Galaxy A70. In addition, the Galaxy A60 features a 3.410mAh battery pack and measures 155.2 x 73.9 x 7.9mm. It also has a rear fingerprint reader along with a triple camera installation, the configuration of which is unknown.
The Galaxy A70 will feature a massive 4.400 mAh battery to power the 6.7-inch large Infinity-U slider screen. Due to the lack of a fingerprint sensor on the back, we can expect the smartphone to have a fingerprint reader on the screen. The rear camera is also located on the top left in the vertical arrangement and is accompanied by an LED flash, located below.
Other details such as camera configuration, RAM size and storage are not currently available, but will soon be added to the list. Samsung is also preparing the Galaxy A90, which will probably bring the first absolutely notch-less display to a Samsung device. As mentioned above, their announcement is expected to be on April 10th.