Ahead of the debut of the new Galaxy A-series smartphones in April 10, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A60 and Galaxy A70 have been certified by TENAA in China.
Under the name Samsung Galaxy SM-A6060, the Galaxy A60 is listed to have a 6.3-inch display and a 3410 mAh battery. The published images point to an Infinity-O display, which is similar to that of the S10-series, as compared to the Infinity-U and Infinity-V screens that we’ve seen in other A-series devices.
At the back of the Galaxy A60 is a vertical triple-camera setup with an LED flash. The fingerprint sensor is also visible, which means it will not have an in-display fingerprint sensor.
The Galaxy A70, or the Samsung Galaxy SM-A7050 as per TENAA’s listing, has a larger 6.7-inch display and a 4400mAh battery. It features an Infinity-U display with an in-display fingerprint sensor and also houses a triple rear camera setup.
Both the Galaxy A60 and A70 appear to have a build similar to the other 2019 Galaxy A-series models. The key hardware specs of both phones are yet to be announced, but it’s expected that TENAA will update the listings in the following days.