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Samsung unveils Galaxy A70, premium smartphone to deliver ultimate performance


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Samsung Sri Lanka recently announced the launch of the Galaxy A70, its sixth smartphone in the popular Galaxy A line. Galaxy A70 is a powerful device that has been designed for the fast-paced lives of digital natives. It allows them to share their experiences and stay connected longer.

Galaxy A70 comes with a host of disruptive features, including a 32MP triple rear camera that is capable of shooting stunning super slow-mo videos. Galaxy A70 has a massive 4500mAh battery with 25W super-fast charging capability to give the young consumers the freedom and convenience to share, stream and play all day long. 



Powerful camera that stands out

Keeping in mind the need of the shutter-bugs, the new Galaxy A70 features an impressive 32MP triple rear camera capable of shooting stunning super slow-mo and ultra-wide videos. It has a 32 MP low-light lens with f/1.7 allowing Gen Z and young millennials to take brilliant pictures in any lighting condition. The 8MP ultra-wide lens has a field of view of 123 degree which enables users to capture both ultra-wide images and videos. The 5 MP depth lens allows users to capture impressive portrait shots and the Live Focus feature enables adjusting the depth of field before and after taking a shot.

Galaxy A70 also features Samsung’s intelligent Scene Optimiser which analyses a scene across 20 modes and adjusts the colour, contrast and brightness to instantly optimise image quality. For Selfie buffs, there is a 32MP front camera that allows them to express and connect in fun ways using features like AR-Emoji and Selfie-Focus.



Immersive viewing experience

To provide a great entertainment experience, Galaxy A70 comes with a premium 6.7” FHD+ Infinity-U Display and it also has Widevine L1 Certification which guarantees users the ability to stream true HD content. Samsung’s proprietary Super AMOLED technology brings the display alive and allows streaming of vivid and crisp videos. Galaxy A70 is also equipped with Dolby Atmos to provide a 360 degree surround sound experience.



Powerful performance

With its impressive camera capability and immersive display, Galaxy A70 is sure to appeal to the traveller, binge-watcher and shopaholic. To keep up with their fast paced lives, Galaxy A70 comes with an Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor which can handle the most demanding of tasks with great ease. Coupled with a 6GB RAM, Galaxy A70 provides a smooth and seamless multitasking experience. It also features Samsung One UI interface on top of Android Pie, making it comfortable even for one-handed use.

The powerful 4500mAh battery can easily last up to two days and if one runs out of charge,     Galaxy A70 comes with 25W Super-Fast Charging technology and USB Type-C port to let users stay connected all day long.



Price and offers

Starting May, Galaxy A70 will be available for sale in two beautiful colours – blue and black in Sri Lanka shortly, and be available for purchase across authorised distributors at Rs. 74,990 only. 

 


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