Although Samsung has been pretty consistent in releasing different models in the United States over last couple of years, smartphones from Galaxy A series had been missing from the region until last year. Given A series has been pretty popular among consumers due to their value, it is a surprising move nevertheless. However, Samsung introduced Galaxy A series in the U.S. last year. While it’s been a while since Galaxy A70 came out in other region, Samsung is finally bringing the smartphone to the U.S and Canada in the coming weeks.
This latest news comes after FCC certified the US variant of the Galaxy A70 with model number SM-A705U. While the smartphone will be available from Verizon, reports have claimed that the smartphone will become available to other carriers in the coming months. Although the smartphone will be released in Canada, there isn’t any definitive release date at the moment.
When the smartphone becomes available, it will join the list of Galaxy A6, Galaxy A10e, Galaxy A20, and Galaxy A50 which are available in the country. Although Galaxy A70 features impressive specifications, it’s a shame that the company isn’t releasing the s variant of the smartphone as A70s features identical specifications with better camera. At the moment, we will have to wait to see if the company decides to release the variant at a later date.
Samsung’s decision to release smartphones from its A series is certainly a welcome one since the A series smartphones have traditionally featured solid specifications for those who are looking for mid-range smartphones. We will have to wait to see if Samsung decides to speed up its release schedule for A series in the region going forward.