Samsung Galaxy A70e CAD renders reveal the design

Last year Samsung launched a lot of phones under the Galaxy “A” series. Among those were the Galaxy A70 & Galaxy A70s. While the Samsung Galaxy A71 is already out, it looks like Samsung is preparing for the launch of another phone under the Galaxy A70 lineup, the Samsung Galaxy A70e.

Today the CAD renders of the Galaxy A70e were shared by Steve Hemmerstoffer with CompareRaja & these renders reveal the design of the phone from every angle.

The Samsung Galaxy A70e is most likely going to be cheaper than both the Galaxy A70 and the Galaxy A70s of last year, just like in case of the Galaxy A10e and A20e. While the Samsung Galaxy A70 had an Infinity-U display, the Galaxy A70e has a waterdrop notch that is bigger in size than the U-shaped notch on the A70.

Also, the chin on the bottom is larger than the one on Galaxy A70, again suggesting that the A70e is a cheaper version of the A70.

There are triple cameras on the rear like the Galaxy A70, but the design of the camera setup is a bit different. Also, while the Galaxy A70 launched with an in-display fingerprint scanner, the Galaxy A70e has a physical fingerprint scanner on the rear.

A surprise comes in the form of a micro-USB port on the bottom instead of a USB Type-C port that we see on even the much lower-priced Galaxy M series phones. The 3.5mm headphone jack is placed on top.

The specifications are not yet known so we will have to wait for more information. Also, Samsung has not yet given any hint of the launch date.