Samsung Galaxy A70
The Samsung Galaxy A70 costs Rs. 24,299 and is available in 6GB / 128GB configuration. Samsung’s A-Series is the brand’s playground where they use minimalist interior glasses that are paired with materials that keep costs to a minimum.
Featuring a great display on the front and back and stellar shooters, the Samsung Galaxy A70 is more of an experience than a purchase. By adding an in-display fingerprint scanner and a huge battery, the brand not only targets the digital native but anyone who wants a premium device for a premium brand without paying for the flagship space. Samsung Galaxy A70 Launched on 01st May 2019. See now Vivo V17 Pro.
Samsung Galaxy A70 Smartphone Description
- 6GB RAM & 128GB Internal Memory
- 512GB Expandable Memory
- 32MP+05MP+08MP Rear Camera and 32MP Selfie Camera
- 4500mAh Battery
- 6.7inch (17.02cm) Full HD+ Water-Drop Super AMOLED Display.
- Price: Rs.24,299.
Samsung Galaxy A70 Full Features:
Despite being used behind plastic, the Samsung Galaxy A70 looks and feels like a premium device. It’s similar to the Galaxy A50 which is a cheaper phone in the series. You will have a hard time telling the difference between the two unless you look closely. Power keys and volume rockers are placed to the right, but the Type-C USB port, speaker grill, and 3.5mm audio jack are placed at the bottom. And, the Samsung A70 did a great job of cutting the bezels, making this huge phone easy to use in one hand.
The fingerprint sensor is also placed at the bottom of the display, making room for more real estate. While the design of the smartphone is decent, the back panel is what comes to mind when it comes to the “color 3D glass” design concept that offers a rainbow pattern. It looks glass but in reality, it is plastic. And, due to the glossy nature of the back panel, it attracts fingerprints and smuggles very easily. So be prepared to carry your cleaning cloth with you at all times.
For the Samsung Galaxy A70, the company used its signature super AMOLED panel that covers 6.7 inches of the front. Thanks to the AMOLED screen, you won’t miss the dark black color while watching your favorite videos. Samsung has placed its Infinity-U display with a U-shaped notch on top, showing low prominence.
Driven bezels with edges that are too narrow make this display ideal for multimedia service. The device also has a Wide Vine L1 certificate, which means you can stream HD playback from all video services like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and more.
To protect it, there is a Corning Gorilla Glass at the top of the screen. It has always-on functionality that lets you check phones and notifications without waking. Samsung has also added an optical in-display fingerprint sensor with Face Unlock feature for biometric authentication. Playing movies and games on display is a treat, but if you are an authentic user, you will find that companies save a few bucks by sticking to full HD + resolution instead of Quad HD +, regardless of the size of the display. Overall, the display is attractive and bright enough for outdoor use.
This is where things get interesting. Samsung, along with its 2019 Galaxy devices, has gone out by incorporating their latest UI, the One UI on their premium handsets. One UI, you get a new OS based on Android 9 Pie, which means that you have to complete Google’s latest Android OS with all the benefits it has to offer.
However, being a Samsung device, you get Samsung’s welcome customization along with improving your smartphone experience. Aside from Google’s vanilla Android One experience, the One UI is one of the few custom OS that we really made a strong choice for, mainly because of how intuitive it is.
The cameras are the largest USP of the Samsung Galaxy A70, and since this handset is designed for digital natives, it also includes TIKTOK generation, which is growing with limitations in the jump. Samsung A70 has added some of the best camera hardware with the A70 and is still able to keep the price competitive. The handset not only features a 32MP primary shooter in the rear, but it packs a front too; making it an obvious choice for anyone who is serious about mobile photography.
The Camera app is quite intuitive with the different shooting modes below and more settings above. This interface is quite easy to use and we think it will take a few seconds to get acquainted with. There is also a scene optimizer, the live focus which is the portrait mode of the handset, and various other shooting modes.
The Samsung Galaxy A70 handset comes with a Super Slow-Motion mode that is capable of recording video for 8 seconds at 480fps in HD resolution. The handset can also record simple slow-motion videos at 240fps. Also, the handset can record 4K video at 30fps as a useful shooting tool from the front and rear cameras.
Samsung has added a large 4500mAh battery to the A70, and to power this massive 6.7-inch display, every millimeter-hour is required. During our testing, using the handset as our primary device, we noticed that it managed to last for a day every day with moderate to heavy usage. We noticed that at the end of a typical workday, about 18–20 percent of the juice in the Galaxy A70 was left in the tank; which was quite reassuring.