The Galaxy S21 series debuted with One UI 3.1, an updated version of Samsung's software skin that contained several new features, such as Google Home controls in the notification panel. Shortly after the S21 started to ship, Samsung began to update older devices with One 3.1.
Back in May, we reported Samsung's new 64MP camera would make its way to a device called the Galaxy A70s. Unfortunately, we didn't have more details regarding the handset, besides assuming it would be an improved version of the Galaxy A70. The company just officialized the device in India, where you'll be able to buy it starting tomorrow.
Earlier this month, Samsung unveiled a new camera sensor capable of reaching a 64MP resolution, dethroning Sony's 48MP product. Although some expected it would make its way into the upcoming Galaxy Note 10, the company will instead fit it into the lower-end Galaxy A70s, according to reports.