Samsung Galaxy A70e Leaked Renders Show Broad Bezels and DewDrop Notch


Samsung is looking over to be adding another smartphone in the Galaxy A70 series. This upcoming Galaxy A70e smartphone will be a cheaper variant of the original phone. This phone has been spotted in a leak-based render that shows the complete appearance of the phone.

The upcoming Galaxy A70e is looking similar to that of Galaxy S70S. There is a dewdrop notch at the front housing the front camera. However, the most striking thing that gains our attention is the broad bezels of the phone which looks quite weird especially when there are many smartphones in the market that comes with a slim bezel under an effective price.

The leak-based renders of the Samsung Galaxy A70e, shared by OnLeaks and CompareRaja, also show a triple camera setup on the back as well as a fingerprint scanner. The phone will be charged via a Micro-USB port, which is followed by a single speaker grille. The power and volume buttons seem to be on the right side of the phone and Samsung have retained the 3.5mm headphone jack on this version of the Galaxy A70.

Samsung Galaxy A70e render

As for the specs of this phone, it is still unknown to us. However, if we consider the report from Gizmochina we have some of the specs of the phone. According to the report, the Galaxy A70e is said to come with 6.1-inches with flat edges. It is going to be a more budget-friendly variant of the Galaxy A70 which has a Snapdragon 675 SoC, 6.70-inch (1080×2400 pixels) display, 6GB RAM, 128GB, and a 4500mAh battery. It had a 32 megapixel + 8-megapixel + 5-megapixel camera setup on the back. The Galaxy A70s, on the other hand, had the exact same specifications as the Galaxy A70 with the only difference being a 64-megapixel sensor instead of the 32-megapixel one.

The Galaxy A70 starts at Rs. 22,499 while the Galaxy A70s starts at Rs. 25,999. Pricing and availability for the Galaxy A70e are currently unknown, but the price tag can be expected to be significantly lower. However, we will get confirmation over this in future.

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