Samsung was rumoured sometime this year to launch its Samsung Galaxy A90. Although many A-series devices are almost upgraded – but A90 is hidden in the shadows. Fortunately, it appears that with the release of A-series flagships and the cheapest Samsung device with 5G support, things will soon change.
An official promo-slide that appears to originate on Samsung’s official website was leaked today in Korea. The press display reveals all the glory of Galaxy A90. It won’t come with a revolutionary function or design, and Galaxy A80 continues to be the most radical of the Galaxy A series.
The A90 will be more traditional instead of featuring fancy features such as a flipping camera or a punch-hole screening. Of course, there’s a single snapper in the notch, while on its back, there are three cameras – positioned vertically.
The white variant on this leak looks like it has a dual-tone finish. The Galaxy A90 is delivered with a 6.7-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED screen, according to previous rumours and leaks. It will also have a 48 MP snapper on the back and a 3rd 5MP snapper that may be a profile sensor with an 8 MP ultra-wide. It’s a little sad we won’t see Samsung starting ISOCELL 64MP in the Galaxy A90. The “Tilt OIS” feature is rumoured, but it still doesn’t show any information about it.
It looks like the phone will have a model number of SM-A908N in at least some markets. And based on the leaked benchmarks, it’s come with Snapdragon 855 Chipset which will make it a king among A-series devices.