Launched three years ago, the Samsung Galaxy A70 surprised its users with a new software update. The latest Android software arrived on the device much earlier than expected.
Samsung announced in May that it would bring Android 11 support to the Galaxy A70 under normal circumstances. However, the details revealed today showed us that some users from various regions have access to the update. The update, which came two months earlier than the announced date, also refreshed the user interface.
Galaxy A70 takes advantage of Android 11 and One UI 3.1
The update, which was first released in Ukraine, is currently available in some different regions. The software that comes with the March 2021 security patch brings with it the Android 11 operating system as well as the One UI 3.1 user interface. However, to take advantage of this update, you need to have 1.9 GB of free space.
If you are one of the lucky Galaxy A70 users who can benefit from Android 11, it is worth checking your phone immediately. To do this, open your device’s Settings page. Then enter the Software Update screen. Tap Download and Install. This allows you to view updates manually.
Samsung Galaxy A70 features
Positioned between mid-to-upper segment models, the A70 features a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display. Offering a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels, the phone adopts the concept of Infinity -U design. The device uses the Snapdragon 675 (11 nm) chipset at the performance point. The graphics unit has Adreno 612.
Still not getting old, the Galaxy A70 has a capacity of 6GB/8GB of RAM. There is only one 128GB option for storage. However, thanks to the microSD input, it is possible to expand up to 512 GB of memory. The device is prepared with a battery capacity of 4,500 mAh and provides 25W ideal fast charging support. Featuring facial recognition, the model also features an in-screen fingerprint reader.
The device carries 32 megapixel lenses on both the front and back. In addition to the main camera, two 8 megapixel and 5 megapixel lenses are added at the rear. The front camera of the smartphone, which can be shot up to 4K 30 FPS with its rear camera, also allows 1080p 30 FPS video recording.