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A minimalistic smartphone rich in features

Mid-range prowess

The Galaxy A70 is a mid-range smartphone that carries some of the features and design found in Samsung’s flagship devices. It’s a big screen that doesn’t feel like it’s on a big phone, courtesy of a 6.7-inch Infinity-U Super AMOLED and thin bezels for a svelte form factor.

The ultrasonic fingerprint sensor on the display is built-in, taking up less room, and quickening the time to get past your lock screen and on to the task at hand. It runs on a speedy Snapdragon octa-core processor for optimal performance, and comes with 128GB of internal storage. You can also expand that up to 1TB through the microSD card slot.

It may appear to be glass, but this phone uses 3D Glasstic, a specially-treated plastic blend that looks and feels like the real thing. The colour treatment inside gives the back of the phone an iridescent prism effect for a little more flair each time light bounces off its surface. It also supports PowerShare reverse wireless charging to top up other compatible phones and accessories anytime.

Three cameras to shoot with

Samsung put three camera lenses in the Galaxy A70, starting with a 32-megapixel main camera with a f/1.7 aperture capable of taking photos in various conditions. The 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera has a 123-degree field of view to capture more of the world with each photo. You can get a more professional look with the 5-megapixel Depth camera producing a nice bokeh effect.

There is plenty to work with on the software side within the camera app, including the AI-driven Scene Optimizer that can recognize up to 20 different scenes. It adjusts brightness, saturation and ISO to help take better photos with little effort. It also offers Night mode for shooting in low-light and dark settings where a little extra help is needed to light things up.

The phone can shoot video at 4K resolution or Super Slo-Mo at 960fps to reduce a 6-second clip into a 0.4-second one with slow-motion effect. If you keep the phone in place, you can shoot a Hyperlapse scene that moves the world around you in cinematic ways.

Staying charged up

The Galaxy A70 has a 4500mAh battery built to last for every charge, and that leads to more time watching content or catching up with friends. It’s all-day battery life that isn’t a usual fixture for a phone with such a large screen, but it stays on longer because of its capacity and efficiency.

It also supports 25W Super Fast Charging to go from zero and up to 50 per cent power in 30 minutes. A 25W Fast Charger comes included in the box with the Galaxy A70, letting you plug in to charge up wherever and whenever you need extra power to keep going.

A minimalistic smartphone rich in features

Mid-range prowess

The Galaxy A70 is a mid-range smartphone that carries some of the features and design found in Samsung’s flagship devices. It’s a big screen that doesn’t feel like it’s on a big phone, courtesy of a 6.7-inch Infinity-U Super AMOLED and thin bezels for a svelte form factor.

The ultrasonic fingerprint sensor on the display is built-in, taking up less room, and quickening the time to get past your lock screen and on to the task at hand. It runs on a speedy Snapdragon octa-core processor for optimal performance, and comes with 128GB of internal storage. You can also expand that up to 1TB through the microSD card slot.

It may appear to be glass, but this phone uses 3D Glasstic, a specially-treated plastic blend that looks and feels like the real thing. The colour treatment inside gives the back of the phone an iridescent prism effect for a little more flair each time light bounces off its surface. It also supports PowerShare reverse wireless charging to top up other compatible phones and accessories anytime.

Three cameras to shoot with

Samsung put three camera lenses in the Galaxy A70, starting with a 32-megapixel main camera with a f/1.7 aperture capable of taking photos in various conditions. The 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera has a 123-degree field of view to capture more of the world with each photo. You can get a more professional look with the 5-megapixel Depth camera producing a nice bokeh effect.

There is plenty to work with on the software side within the camera app, including the AI-driven Scene Optimizer that can recognize up to 20 different scenes. It adjusts brightness, saturation and ISO to help take better photos with little effort. It also offers Night mode for shooting in low-light and dark settings where a little extra help is needed to light things up.

The phone can shoot video at 4K resolution or Super Slo-Mo at 960fps to reduce a 6-second clip into a 0.4-second one with slow-motion effect. If you keep the phone in place, you can shoot a Hyperlapse scene that moves the world around you in cinematic ways.

Staying charged up

The Galaxy A70 has a 4500mAh battery built to last for every charge, and that leads to more time watching content or catching up with friends. It’s all-day battery life that isn’t a usual fixture for a phone with such a large screen, but it stays on longer because of its capacity and efficiency.

It also supports 25W Super Fast Charging to go from zero and up to 50 per cent power in 30 minutes. A 25W Fast Charger comes included in the box with the Galaxy A70, letting you plug in to charge up wherever and whenever you need extra power to keep going.