Galaxy A60 to have a massive screen of 6.7
Galaxy A60 to have a massive screen of 6.7" and 4.500 mAh battery

Samsung unveiled the first group of smartphones under the updated Galaxy A series at the end of last month, namely the Galaxy A30 and A50.Both phones have the same FHD+ 6.4 inches screen, designed by the South Korean tech giant like Infinity-U.

Now, a new information suggests that another improved Galaxy A phone will become part of the series, along with the Galaxy A40 and A90. Shown by SlashLeaks, the details of what is believed to be the Galaxy A60 have leaked, revealing an average device that is not to be overlooked.

The specification list shows a Super-AMOLED screen of 6.7 inches with Full HD+ resolution and a display level that looks like a design similar to that of the A30 and A50. In addition, the fingerprint sensor is said to be integrated on the screen.

Galaxy A60 is said to be powered by a Qualcomm SM6150 processor for midrange phones, a processor that is said to be developing since last year along with the SM7150 but has not yet been announced. The processor is likely to paired with 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

The battery of the device will also be massive – 4.500mAh – speculative list displays. In terms of optics, it is assumed to have a triple camera, consisting of a 32MP main sensor, a 5MP sensor, and a 8MP wide-angle front camera. Finally, the document seems to suggest a launch somewhere in April, refers Telegraph.

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