Samsung Galaxy A70 pricing could start at Rs 31,000 approximately

Samsung Galaxy A70 - Feature

Samsung has a lot going on as far as its smartphone launches are concerned in the mid-range segment. Last month, the South Korean giant officially listed the Galaxy A70 on its Thailand website. Thus giving us the look at its latest A-series smartphone. But till that the company hasn’t shared the pricing details. 

Samsung Galaxy A70: What would be the pricing?

There is an event scheduled on April 10 in Bangkok, where the brand is likely to unveil the pricing of this phone among other announcements. Just before two days of the official announcement, we have received a word on the Samsung Galaxy A70 pricing from the young leakster, Ishan Agarwal. 

Unfortunately, the pricing is in terms of Yuan, which is why it is expected to make it to China as soon as it gets released in Thailand. The Galaxy A70 is said to arrive in two variants, 6GB + 128GB and 8GB + 128GB. The starting price is believed to be set at 2999 Yuan, roughly Rs 31,000. The higher RAM variant is said to be priced at 3299 Yuan, roughly Rs 34,000. 

Ishan mentions that the handset will arrive in India and other Asian countries with a similar pricing model. Which is why we don’t expect much price difference if the pricing shared here are true. This young leakster has a history of being correct most of the time. Anyway, we would suggest you take this information with a pinch of salt until the official launch, which is around the corner. 

Talking about the Samsung Galaxy A70 specifications, it comes with a range of latest internals like triple rear camera setup, high-resolution selfie camera, water-drop notch design, and high battery capacity. To learn about its complete specification, head over to this article below.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy A70 announced; specs and availability

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