The Samsung Galaxy A60 is also expected to feature an under display fingerprint sensor and pack a single 32MP front camera

Samsung Galaxy A60 may sport a 32MP triple-rear camera setup, 6.7...

Highlights

  • A specification sheet said to be of the Samsung Galaxy A60 pops up online
  • The phone is said to feature a 32MP+5MP+ 9MP triple-rear camera setup
  • It is also expected to sport a 6.7-inch Infinity-U Super AMOLED display with an under display fingerprint sensor

Looks like Samsung may have taken a liking to the triple-rear camera setup. A list of specifications said to be of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A60 have been posted by Slash Leaks. As per the list, the smartphone may pack three cameras at the back, similar to the Samsung Galaxy A7, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ smartphones. This may include a 32MP primary sensor, along with 5MP and 8MP units. The 8MP sensor is said to feature a wide angle lens, while the 5MP unit may be used to gauge depth. It is also tipped to features a large 6.7-inch Infinity-U Super AMOLED display with an under display fingerprint scanner.

Other features that the Galaxy A60 is expected to feature include a single 32MP front camera and a 4500mAh battery. In terms of memory, Samsung is expected to offer users the choice between 6GB and 8GB RAM with 128GB storage for both. Interestingly, the phone is expected to be powered by the as of yet unannounced Qualcomm Snapdragon SM6150 chipset, which is expected to be a new mid-range octa-core chipset. Further, the phone is expected to be unveiled on April 19.

As mentioned earlier, Samsung’s new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ also come with a triple-rear camera setup. This includes a 12MP standard wide and telephoto cameras as well as a 16MP ultrawide sensor. The ultra-wide sensor has fixed focus with f/2.2 aperture while the wide-angle sensor offers a f/1.5 and f/2.4 dual apertures, similar to its predecessor, the Galaxy S9. The 12MP telephoto lens has PDAF and OIS with a f/2.4 aperture lens. The more affordable Galaxy S10e smartphone doesn’t come with a triple camera setup and instead makes do with a dual-camera setup instead. 

Samsung is expected to launch the trio in India on March 6, i.e tomorrow. The Samsung Galaxy S10 will start at Rs 66,900, while the larger Galaxy S10+ is expected to start at Rs 73,900. The more affordable Galaxy S10e is expected to start at Rs 55,900.

Related Read: Samsung Galaxy A10, Galaxy A30, Galaxy A50 launched in India

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