It might not be long before Samsung shares information about the rumored Galaxy A90. But before we are privileged to get such info, we will all have to rely on some unconfirmed rumors regarding the upcoming device.
Days after we learned the A90 will launch under a new Galaxy R series, with a 5G and 4G variants, information reaching us suggests the Galaxy A90 might lack one of the A80 most important feature. Citing an unconfirmed source trusted tipster @OnLeaks tweeted earlier this week that the device might ditch the pop-up, rotating camera from the Samsung Galaxy A80.
That is a bit disappointing, given that the device is supposed to be a higher-end one and in the same category with the A80. In the place of a motorized periscope or swivel, the A90 is tipped to come with the tradition triple camera setup on the rear panel, while it might make do with the Infinity U-display, and not the O display.
Furthermore, @Onleaks suggests the Galaxy A90 bearing the SM-A908 model number will be getting a FullHD+ Super AMOLED, perhaps, with an in-display fingerprint scanner.
The leaks thus far suggest the Galaxy A90 with the model number SM-A905 will come with a 48 MP + 12 MP + 5 MP setup, along with a mysterious “Tilt OIS” feature, while the one with the SM-A908 model number will likely be getting a 48 MP + 8 MP + 5 MP camera setup. The camera details suggest the SM-A905 will be the most premium of the duo. And assuming our assumption is true, it would make perfect sense if Samsung throws in a higher-end QHD panel, perhaps with Infinity-O display to complement its camera specs.
Strangely enough, the same Galaxy A90 device bearing the SM-A908 model number is rumored to be the 5G one and not the supposedly more capable SM-A905, so, Samsung is perhaps trying to strike neutralize the 5G cost by cutting down on some hardware.