Samsung’s Galaxy A70 has a tall screen and in-display fingerprint sensor
Samsung’s Galaxy A-series of midrange phones now has a higher-end option. It’s called the Samsung Galaxy A70, and its teardrop-notched, 6.7-inch display has a 20:9 aspect ratio.
Phone screens are getting bigger, and the A70 aims to follow the trend while maintaining a comfortable fit by making this phone taller instead of wider. More screen real estate on the A70 means that more stuff can fit on the screen without the need to scroll. Sony’s Xperia 1 and Xperia 10 phones use an even taller, skinnier 21:9 aspect ratio, but Samsung goes with a bigger screen here.
The new A70 looks practically identical to the Galaxy A50 that was announced at MWC in February. They both have a triple-lens camera system on their backs. They also both use Super…