Starting from 26th of May, the Samsung Galaxy A70 has gone live in the Nepali market. A new entrant in the market, the Galaxy A70 brings the balance between the design of Samsung flagships and power alike its mid-rangers.
Despite missing out on a fancy rotating camera, like the Galaxy A80, the A70 is quite desirable. A 6.7-inch display covers the front that achieves 86% screen-to-body ratio, all thanks to the small notch up top. The 1080p display is Super AMOLED so you get vivid colors and true black, though there’s no ingress protection.
Taking a look at the rear, the Galaxy A70 hosts triple-camera setup: 32MP f/1.7 lens + 8MP f/2.2 ultra-wide sensor and a 5MP f/2.2 lens for depth measurement. The non-hideous notch sees an impressive 32MP f/2.0 selfie shooter at the front.
What you get inside is nothing sort of surprising though, except this time it’s from Qualcomm — a Snapdragon 675 chipset combined with Adreno 612 GPU, 6GB of RAM and an ample 128GB of storage which can be expanded up to 512GB.
Underneath, there’s an in-display fingerprint scanner, while powering the phone is a huge 4,500mAh battery that supports 25W fast charging through Type-C port. Out of the box the phone runs on Android 9 Pie on top of Samsung’s new One UI.
Samsung Galaxy A70 Price in Nepal and Availability
The Samsung Galaxy A70 is now available for pre-orders for a price of Rs. 47,990 in Nepal. There’s also a pre-order gift of a free Anker 10,400mAh powerbank. Interested users can visit a7preorder.com to book one for themselves.
No bits and pieces here but rather you get a wholesome device that has much to offer in today’s competing market. That said you are entitled to go for what you like and there are plenty of alternatives to choose from.