They are mid-range smartphones, but one of them has an Infinity-O display, similar to the new Galaxy S10.
Samsung is about to launch two new mid-range devices. The phones have been registered with the Chinese telecommunications authority (TENAA) and the agency has published the images associated with them, as well as some technical specifications that help us to understand how these smartphones will be.
The devices were registered under their official names: Galaxy A60 and Galaxy A70. With a 6.7-inch screen, the first is the larger of the two models. The equipment has a top notch, minimum, very similar to what we can find in the OnePlus 6T, for example. At the rear there is a set of three cameras, but there is still no information about them. Aesthetically, we can emphasize the color of the back cover which, when adopting a gradient, closely resembles the Huawei P20 Pro. TENAA further points out that the A70 will have a battery of 4,400mAh.
Without any visible biometric sensor, it is safe to assume that this device integrates a fingerprint reader on the screen, just like the new S10.
The A60, in turn, will be slightly smaller than the A70. The screen of this will be 6.3 inches and will be an Infinity-O, which means that the front camera will float on the screen without any physical connection to the ends of it. In this case, however, and unlike the new S10, the camera will appear in the upper left corner.
This A60 will also have three rear cameras and a physical fingerprint sensor, also it on the back of the phone. The battery is 3.410mAh.
The price and release date of these models have not been revealed, but given the registration, it is likely that it will not be long until Samsung officially reveals them.