Samsung is intent on reclaiming its lost market share in the Chinese market ad one series it is using to achieve that is the rebranded Galaxy A series. Just last week, Samsung reported the Galaxy A60 and A40s in China. Pre-orders for the models have currently gone live on Samsung China’s official website. The Galaxy A60 pre-order will close on Might 10 whereas the A40s’ will close on May perhaps 5 when profits will commence. Samsung Galaxy A60As a recap, the Galaxy A60 sports a 6.7-inch FHD+ LCD display with a punch hole housing a 32MP selfie digital camera. The punch-hole design gifts the A60 a screen-to-body ratio of 92%. The punch hole as a diameter of 4.8mm and so is smaller than these of the Honor Sight 20 and Galaxy A8s. The phone Furthermore ditches the design of a traditional speaker at the top for sound-on-display tech just as the Galaxy A80.Samsung Galaxy A60
On the image sensor end, Samsung Galaxy A60 has triple rear digital cameras – a 32MP primary image sensor, an 8MP super wide-angle digital camera, and a 5MP depth sensor. It is fueled by the Snapdragon 675 processor and has 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The phone gets its juice from a generous 3,500mAh battery. One excellent function is the presence of NFC. The product equally packs a fingerprint sensor. The A60 is priced at ¥1999 ($299).Samsung Galaxy A40s
On the another hand, the Galaxy A40s is basically a rebranded Galaxy M30 what was introduced in India not too long ago. The device packs a 6.4-inch FHD+ Infinity U display. The notch houses a 16MP selfie image sensor. The smartphone is fueled by the 14nm Exynos 7904 cpu and it is paired with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The A40s arrives with triple rear cameras – a 13MP primary image sensor, a 5MP super wide-angle digital camera, and a 5MP depth scanner. The smartphone Furthermore sports a huge 5000mAh battery with 15W quick charging and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. As for the pricing, the Galaxy A40s has a price tag tag of ¥1499 (~$224). We’ll agree the prices of the smartphones are spot on, putting them in positions to wrestle some of the market shares from competitors.