SAMSUNG GALAXY A70 128GB REVIEW
The Samsung Galaxy A70 is average for a mid-range performer but adds value to the package due to its design, Samsung Pay, a thoroughly polished OneUI and reliable battery life. Where it falters dearly is in the camera department and that infuriatingly slow fingerprint scanner.
SAMSUNG GALAXY A70 128GB: DETAILED REVIEW
Samsung has been on a rampage of sorts, releasing one phone after another. Since January, we’ve had the company launch multiple phones in their S, M and A series, with the newest entrant being the Samsung Galaxy A70. The Samsung Galaxy A70 is a Snapdragon 675 powered smartphone, which is refreshing seeing how Samsung has a penchant for sticking its own SoCs into the smartphones they sell in India. There is no doubt that Samsung has tried to make the A70 a lucrative device, but is the price tag of Rs 28,990 justified for a mid-range SoC powered smartphone? We spent quiet a lot of time with the phone to find out the answer to that question, and turns out, the answer is a lot more nuanced than a simple Yes or No.
|Samsung Galaxy A70|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 675|
|MicroSD Card Slot||Yes, Dedicated|
|Dual SIM||Yes, Dedicated|
|Display Size||6.7 inches|
|Fast Charging Speed||25W Fast Charging|
|Primary Camera||32 megapixel, f/1.7, 24mm|
|Secondary Camera||8 megapixel, f/2.2, 12mm|
|Tertiary Camera||5 megapixel, depth sensing|
|Front Facing Camera||32 megapixel, f/2.0|