Samsung Galaxy A70s Tested In Geekbench With Snapdragon 675 Processor


After officially launching the new Galaxy Note 10, Samsung should now continue to focus on announcing “enhanced” versions of its Galaxy A handset. So the South Korean giant could soon officially release the Galaxy A70s.

This is because this phone came up on the Geekbench benchmark platform and had some of its specifications confirmed. According to the registration obtained from the official website, the A70s is identified by the numbering SM-A707F.

This handset is powered by the Snapdragon 675 processor, which works in conjunction with 6GB of RAM and Android 9.0 Pie. See below that the A70s scored 2365 points in single-core testing and 6372 in multi-core.

Featuring the same technical specifications as its predecessor, the Galaxy A70s scores nothing surprising. However, sources indicate that the biggest difference between devices will be an updated camera configuration on the newer model.

Thus, rumors point out that the Galaxy A70s will be the first Samsung phone to feature a 64MP camera. Thus, the South Korean giant must use its ISOCELL GW1 sensor in the device. It is noteworthy that the news will also be present in Redmi and Realme smartphones.

For now, Samsung has not yet officially commented on a possible release date for the Galaxy A70s. Still, analysts believe the phone should hit the market by the end of this quarter.

Read Also: Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ Officially Released

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