The Galaxy A60 and Galaxy A70 arrived on TENAA with images and basic specs. Both new phones will have triple-camera setups on the back, the A70 will have a fingerprint scanner underneath the screen, while the A60 will stand out with an Infinity-O display.
The Galaxy A70 will have a 6.7” screen with a waterdrop notch or Infinity-U as Samsung. The camera lineup on the back is not detailed yet, but odds are it will feature regular, ultra-wide, and depth sensor modules. The back panel seems to be some sort of gradient, but it could also be Gray with a pattern that reflects the light in fancy colors.
It will have a 4,400 mAh battery which would make it the biggest power cell in a Galaxy A smartphone since the Galaxy A9 Pro. Dimensions of the phone are 164.2 x 76.7 x 7.9 mm.
The Samsung Galaxy A60 looks a lot like the already announced Galaxy A8s with its Infinity-O panel and triple camera with a fancy circle around the main shooter. The new device will have a fingerprint scanner on the back, a 3,410 mAh battery and Android OS. Dimensions are 155.2 x 73.9 x 7.9 mm, so it’s slightly smaller than the Galaxy A70.
The phones are certified with model numbers ending with a 0 (SM-A7050 and SM-A6060). Only time will tell if Samsung is planning something similar with the Galaxy A70 and Galaxy A60.