Find about the Samsung Galaxy A70 camera, display, under-display fingerprint scanner, battery life, gaming, price, and more features & specs in this Samsung Galaxy A70 Nepali review.
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Samsung Galaxy A70 Price in Nepal: NPR 47,990
After the brief info about the price, let’s now talk about the Samsung Galaxy A70 specs. In terms of design and looks, the A70 looks quite identical to the Galaxy A50. The 3D glasstic back and its svelte body look vaguely familiar. But what sets them apart is the display. The Samsung Galaxy A70 display is big at 6.7-inch compared to a 6.4-inch panel on the Galaxy A50. The display on this device comes with Full-HD+ resolution in a weird 20:9 aspect ratio. The display on the Samsung Galaxy A70 features a tiny notch on the top, which goes by the name of Infinity-U display on Samsung’s dictionary.
Talking about the camera, the phone gets a camera triplet on the back. The primary 32MP camera comes alongside an 8MP ultra-wide angle shooter and a 5MP depth sensor. With plentiful of cameras, the A70 offers quite a lot of versatility on the imaging front. However, on our Samsung Galaxy A70 camera test, the phone did just an okay job. There was sharpness missing from the images most of the time. Nonetheless, the images maintained natural color tone in the images. While comparing Samsung Galaxy A70 vs Vivo V15 Pro, the images from the V15 Pro were sharp. The images from the V15 pro, however, looked extra saturated so the colors looked fake most of the times.
Talking about the Samsung Galaxy A70 front camera, a 32MP selfie shooter handles the job of taking selfies, video calling and unlocking the device quite decently. If you do not like the images from the stock camera app, you can also install the Gcam and uplift your mobile photography to the next level. Using the Samsung Galaxy A70 Gcam, you can capture some amazing low light images using the Gcam’s Night Sight feature.
On the performance front, the phone gets Snapdragon 675 chipset and comes alongside 6GB of RAM. On the storage side of things, A70 flaunts 128GB of onboard memory, which can be expanded up to 512GB via dedicated SD card slot. With this hardware setup, Samsung Galaxy A70 gameplay is pretty fluid. My Samsung Galaxy A70 PUBG experience was absolutely delightful since I did not notice any lags and stutters. However, I could not say the same about the Samsung Galaxy A70 Fortnite gameplay. There were lags and stutters here and there. Since the Fortnite is very heavy and unoptimized game and the A70 being a midrange phone, that was understandable.
The fingerprint scanner is one of the major highlights of the phone. The Samsung Galaxy A70 fingerprint scanner rest underneath the display. So you don’t have to raise your resting phone every time you had to unlock the phone. Although the feature is cool, it is not as fast as the conventional physical scanner. Talking about the audio, the A70 comes with a single bottom-firing speaker, which is just an average performer. But if you love listening to the music via headphones/earphones, you can use the Samsung Galaxy A70 Dolby Atmos feature, which offers better segregation between Left and Right channels and you can also notice an amped up music volume.
Another impressive feature of the phone is its massive battery. The Samsung Galaxy A70 battery comes with a 5000mAh battery, which promises a prolonged endurance. Apart from that, there is also a 25-watt fast charger included on the box. On our Samsung Galaxy A70 charging test, the phone took around 1 and half hour to get the battery fully refilled.