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Samsung Galaxy A60 Leak – Features 6.7-Inch AMOLED, 4500mAh Battery, & More

It seems like Samsung has two more phones under development as we speak. Following the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy A30 and A50, leaks have so far suggested the development of three more devices behind the curtains.

Last week, renders of Samsung’s Galaxy A10 emerged, suggesting what the A10 would look like. Fast-forward a week to today, and it seems like Samsung’s Galaxy A60 and A90 are underway, paving the way for a much more expansive array of options from Samsung.

According to the leaks sourced from the Chinese social site Weibo, the Samsung Galaxy A60 would pack a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display, a triple camera setup, 6GB / 8GB RAM, 128GB of internal storage as standard, and a 4500mAh battery. Furthermore, the device is said to pack an SoC from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 6150. At first glance, it did catch us off-guard since Samsung’s Galaxy A-series of devices are typically powered by Samsung’s in-house SoCs. However, reports from suggest that the Snapdragon 6150 was developed in tandem with Samsung’s team of engineers, hence the option of using the new SoC doesn’t seem as damning.

Just like the Galaxy A50, the Samsung Galaxy A60 is also said to pack an under-display fingerprint sensor and would feature the usual Infinity-U notch up above. Furthermore, the device’s reveal date also smiled for the camera revealing what seems to be its launch date that is said to be on April 19th, 2019.

Samsung Galaxy A60 Leak - Features 6.7-Inch AMOLED, 4500mAh Battery, & More 4

Whether these leaks are true is yet to be seen. However, given Samsung’s recent launches of the Galaxy A30 and A50, we would’ve speculated similar internals as well. But then again, the leak is a simple picture of a printed paper rather than concrete evidence. But hey, if it does launch, at least the Galaxy A60 would be a compelling device, that is, if Samsung launches the device with a reasonable price tag.

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