Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may be Samsung’s first button-less phone

Kelley Robertson
March 28, 2019

The sources also say that Samsung will apply the same "keyless technology" to low- and mid-range models, such as the Galaxy A series. Samsung Galaxy A70 specifications The Samsung Galaxy A70 features a 6.7-inch full HD+ Infinity-U display along with the biggest screen in the Galaxy A portfolio to date. The Galaxy A70 sports a 32 MP selfie shooter, while the back panel accommodates a camera setup that brings together three sensors: 32 MP f/1.7, 8 MP f/2.2 123-degree ultra wide, and a depth sensor with 5 MP and f/2.2.

The new device has an unnamed octa-core chipset (dual-core 2Ghz plus hexa-core 1.7Ghz), 6GB or 8GB of RAM, and 128GB of expandable storage.

The phone comes bundled with a massive 4,500 mAh battery which supports 25W Super Fast charging. Either way, that's not something that we see every day, and perhaps after the punch hole displays, someone is going too far in Samsung's design team.

The Galaxy A70 runs on Android 9.0 Pie out of the box with the latest One UI skin on top. That means that user won't have a physical Volume Rocker, No Power Button, No Bixby...whatever button, but instead will have to rely on touch controls or gestures to use these functionalities, a little weird right?

The phone's color options are coral, blue, black and white, and they reflect gradient colors depending on the angle of the light. While the Samsung Galaxy A10, Galaxy A30, and Galaxy A50 are already available in select markets including India, Samsung has reportedly been working on more devices to be added in this series.

We are still waiting to see if Samsung will make the Galaxy A60 a part of its April 10 event or if it will debut sooner than that. Stay tuned on PhoneRadar for more details!

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