Samsung has been rumored to launch the Galaxy A90 sometime this year. However, while several A devices are almost getting their S-upgrades, the A90 remains hidden in the shadows. Thankfully, seems that things will change soon with the release of what will be the flagship of A-series and the cheapest Samsung device with 5G support.
Today in Korea an official-looking promo slide has been leaked, apparently originating on Samsung’s own website. The press render reveals the Galaxy A90 in all its glory. Interesting enough, it won’t come with a groundbreaking feature or design. The Galaxy A80 will still remain the more radical device of the Galaxy A-series. Instead of coming with fancy features such as a flipping camera or punch-hole display, the A90 will have a more traditional notch. The notch will obviously house a single selfie snapper, while on the back we have three rear shooters in a vertical island.
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The white variant that appears on this leak seems to carry a dual-tone finish. According to previous rumors and leaks, the Galaxy A90 will ship with a 6.7-inch FullHD+ Super AMOLED display. In addition, it will feature a 48MP snapper on the back coupled by an 8 MP ultrawide and a third 5 MP snapper that could be a depth sensor. That’s a little sad that we won’t be seeing Samsung’s 64MP ISOCELL debuting within the Galaxy A90. There are rumors about a “Tilt OIS” feature, but details about it are still scarce.
The A90 5G will ship with SM-A908N model number, at least in some markets. According to leaked benchmarks it will ship with the Snapdragon 855 chipset. What effectively makes it the king of Galaxy A series.