The Galaxy A70 flaunts high-end features at low end, $325.00, prices and can easily be considered a best smartphone. Among these high-end features is a super-long battery life, fast charging, Super AMOLED display, three rear cameras, and many, many others. It makes you wonder how the A70 Samsung Galaxy can justify its measly price-tag. You might want to compare the Galaxy A70 to our LG G5 review\u00a0if you\u2019re still not sure of which smartphone you want to buy.\n\nSale\n \n Samsung Galaxy A70 \n\n\n\n\n\n\nCheck Price\n\n\n\n\nWhy We Like It \u2013 Samsung Galaxy A70\nThe Samsung Galaxy A70 is Samsung\u2019s budget phone for those who want most of the features of their signature Samsung Galaxy phones without having to pay flagship phone prices. The same could be said for the Blackberry reviewed in our Blackberry Z10 review (Verizon). Not the cheapest budget phone, to be sure, but the Galaxy A70 comes with a hefty amount of high-end features that will satisfy anyone\u2019s itch.\n\n\n\nPros\n\n\n \tBig Battery Life and 25W Fast Charging\n \t32MP Front Camera\n \tSupports Samsung Pay\n\n\n\n\n\n\nCons\n\n\n \tFingerprint Sensor isn\u2019t the fastest\n \tHard to Take Pictures at Night\n\n\n\n\n\nPerformance\nThe 4,500mAH gives the A70 Samsung huge battery life and supports 25W fast charging. It runs Android 9.0 Pie based OneUI 1.1, the same one that comes with phones the galaxy s10, and makes one finger use easy. The three rear cameras consist of a main 32MP (f\/1.7) snapper, an 8MP (f\/2.2) ultra-wide angle camera with 123-degree lens and a 5MP (f\/2.2) depth camera. The camera, however, has difficulty focusing on a particular object at night and ultra-wide mode sometimes lacks peripheral details. The UMiDigi X is a budget phone that features an incredible camera, if cameras are make-or-break decisions for you.\n\nRelated: If you like this phone, you might be interested in our Samsung Galaxy A50 review.\nDesign\nThe A70 has a 6.7\u201d screen with a Super AMOLED display and Full HD which gives optimum viewing experiences. The screen has a u-shaped cut-out for the selfie camera housing which gives a 20:9 aspect ratio and the front camera, depending on your settings in the camera app, will vary between 32MP image to a pixel-binned 8MP shot. Unfortunately, the on-screen fingerprint sensor isn\u2019t as fast as a physical sensor and can take a long time to register a print. The BLU G9 Pro is a budget phone that boasts many of the design features of the A70, but is slightly less expensive.\nValue\nThe value of the A70 stems from the fact that Samsung has made a great number of improvements in comparison to the A70\u2019s predecessor, the Galaxy A50. While the Galaxy A50 was designed strictly as a budget phone, not intending to be matched up with flagship phones, the Samsung Galaxy A70 doesn\u2019t mind getting in the ring with more premium phones. The support for Samsung Pay is a nice additional feature, but at this point all Samsung products have support for it. If you\u2019re looking for something a little more than just stacking up against bigger phones, the Razer Phone 2 can hold its own while playing mobile games too. There\u2019s a reason why it\u2019s the gamers choice for phones.\n\nRelated: Also check out our Samsung Galaxy S10E review.\nSamsung Galaxy A70 Wrap Up\nThe Samsung Galaxy A70 takes almost everything you love about the flagship Samsung Galaxy series and re-packages it into an inexpensive alternative. You\u2019ll have to give some things up, like a fast in-display fingerprint sensor or a not-so-finicky night camera, but are these things really worth paying another $600 for?