Official renders for the Samsung Galaxy A90 5G leak

Official renders for the Samsung Galaxy A90 5G leak
Official renders for the Samsung Galaxy A90 5G leak

It has recently been revealed that Samsung is currently working on a 5G compatible device that won’t actually come under its flagship S lineup. Instead, the device will actually come under the Galaxy A lineup, as the device in question has been noted to be the Galaxy A90 5G. The phone has appeared on multiple places before, like Wi-Fi Alliance as well as Geekbench. And now, what seems like an official teaser poster of it has also been leaked.

This leaked poster shows the upcoming device from Samsung to have model number SM-A908N and it will indeed bear the name of “Galaxy A90 5G.” The poster also goes on to show renders with regards to the smartphone – showing both the front as well as the rear. Featuring with an Infinity display along with a waterdrop notch, it’s easy to notice that the device also has a high screen ratio. On the rear side of the phone we see a triple camera setup that happens go be aligned in a vertical manner as all the sensors are seemingly present in one module. Also, the LED flash is placed right under the camera module.

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One would have to imagine that the main selling point of the device would be the fact that it would have the luxury of 5G connectivity. This might be the reason why the Korean manufacturer decided against the inclusion of a rotating camera that was ever so present in the Galaxy A80. As far as processing capabilities go, the A90 5G will feature with Snapdragon 855 chipset – in accordance to the Geekbench listing. The phone is also expected to come with a 6.7-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED display. Like I said before, the device is expected to come with a triple camera setup, and this will consist of a 48MP primary sensor, an additional 48MP unit and finally, a third 5MP snapper as a depth sensor.


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