Samsung Galaxy A60: Expect the 2019 Triple Camera Trend

Samsung Galaxy A60
  1. The new Samsung mid-ranger called Galaxy A60 could arrive on the market around April. Please note that at the moment there is no official declaration from the company.

The Galaxy A60 will presumably feature a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-U display with FHD + resolution. It will also be equipped with an in-display fingerprint scanner. The device will have a back of glass similar to plastic. According to the leaked, the Galaxy A60 will be supported by the SM6150 chipset, which is the code name for the SoC Snapdragon 675. It is a mid-range based chipset based on Kryo 460 and is flanked by the Adreno 612 GPU. Qualcomm’s third generation multi-core Artificial Intelligence (AI Engine). Therefore it is able to provide optimal performance.

Samsung Galaxy A60 could arrive shortly and with support for a triple camera

The rumours confirm that the Samsung Galaxy A60 will be equipped with a triple camera system, consisting of a primary 32-megapixel sensor and presumably a camera with a depth of 5 megapixels and an 8-megapixel wide-angle sensor. Reportedly, the front lens will be 32 megapixels. It is expected that a battery with a capacity of 4500mAh gigantic will handle everything. The device will also have an internal memory of 128 GB with 6 GB or 8 GB of RAM. The Galaxy A60 will probably come with Android 9 Pie and Samsung’s One user interface.

Although Samsung is the number one smartphone maker in the world, consumers are now looking for cheaper options. So the focus has shifted to Chinese smartphone makers who offer similar specifications at lower prices. That’s why the South Korean giant changed his strategy. The company is now focusing on mid-rangers and has even promised to bring new features first on mid-range devices. This strategy could work well in price-sensitive markets. As for the Galaxy A60, it remains to be seen how much it will cost. Most likely it will only be released.

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