Samsung Galaxy A70 video review: A media consumption powerhouse. smartphone review

Our written review:

After a few years of showing some restraint, Samsung has returned to its habit of flooding the market with new smartphones. The company is focusing on the Galaxy A lineup for the most part, with seven Galaxy A phones already announced in 2019 and a couple more in the pipeline. Actually, considering variants like the Galaxy A20e, we’re beginning to lose count, and it’s clear Samsung isn’t going to be stopping anytime soon.

But in Samsung’s defense, these new Galaxy A phones do offer some attractive features, like in-display fingerprint sensors, ultra-wide cameras, and the latest software. The Galaxy A70 adds a few more things to the list. Most notably, the A70 is one of the first Galaxy phones with 25W super fast charging, which replaces the 15W fast charging (based on the Quick Charge 2.0 standard) that Samsung has been peddling since 2014.

The Galaxy A70 also has a rather big battery (4,500 mAh), a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-U display with a waterdrop notch, 32MP cameras on the front and back, and the Snapdragon 675 SoC. The A70 is the most feature-packed Galaxy A series phone available right now, but do all the elements combine to make it worth your next smartphone purchase? Let’s find out in this review.

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