Samsung introduces the Galaxy A70 with triple-cameras

Samsung introduces the Galaxy A70 with triple-cameras

If you can remember Oppo N11 handset which has a manual rotating camera module on that time but didn't get that much of response. Both models should've been released with the "J" in their title.

Moving on to the Galaxy A40, this handset is powered by Samsung's own Exynos 7885 chipset which is near-identical to the Exynos 7904 chipset used on the Galaxy A30. We have known the Galaxy J series to comprise of entry-level affordable devices.

The Korean technology firm remains the world's largest smartphone maker, but that position has come under increased pressure in recent months from Huawei, as well as a number of other emerging Chinese brands such as Xiaomi and Oppo, which have offered premium smartphone features at lower prices.

Samsung recently launched the Galaxy A70 in South Korea.

Here is a quick look at the Galaxy A series, starting from the most expensive going down to the most affordable. The best part of this rotating camera is that we have already seen this type of camera from Oppo N11 back in 2013. However, there's no microSD slot, so that 128GB is all you're getting - a surprising decision on a camera-focused phone. As far as the camera is concerned, The Galaxy A70 comes with a triple-lens setup with a 32MP, f/1.7 aperture primary sensor along with an 8MP, f/2.2 ultrawide and 5MP, f/2.2 depth sensor.

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Making up the Samsung Galaxy Fold's breakthrough flexible inner screen is a 7.3inch Dynamic AMOLED with 1536x2152 pixels.

The Samsung Galaxy A40 features a dual rear camera setup with one 16 megapixel camera and one 5 megapixel camera, on the front of the device there is a 25 megapixel camera for Selfies. The battery capacity is 3100mAh with 15-watt fast charge. On the front, there is a 25MP F2.0 selfie camera. Under the hood, it's Qualcomm's Snapdragon 670 octa-core processor that powers the smartphone, along with 6/8 GB of RAM. After our share of smartphones with various notch designs, it's been a race to see who can successfully hide the front facing cameras.

The A10 is the cheapest of the new Galaxy a series, coming with a 6.2-inch 720p LCD screen with a teardrop notch.

The main camera is 48MP and Samsung says that users will be able to shoot vivid images during the day and at night. The battery capacity on this one is 3400mAh.

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