Yes, it’s true! According to some reports from the Twitter posted by OnLeaks and IceUnivers, Samsung Galaxy A90 will out with some pretty cool features, including 5G and a triple rear-facing camera system. The upcoming smartphone from the A-series will also have 45W fast-charging. That is faster than the Galaxy S10 5G model.
There will be two models of Samsung A90: one with the 5G incorporated, and the other one without 5G. The first model, the one that has 5G support, will be SM-A908, and it will have an in-display fingerprint scanner and a Snapdragon 855 chipset. With a 6.7-inch display, this model will feature a triple rear-facing camera with a 48-megapixel sensor, an 8-megapixel, and a 5-megapixel shooter.
The second model, SM-A905, will not support 5G, but it will also come with Snapdragon 855 chipset. The fingerprint scanner will be available for this model too, along with the 6.7-inch display. SM-A905 will have the rear camera with a 12-megapixel, and a 5-megapixel sensor and the 48-megapixel shooter. Additionally, the smartphone will be incorporated with the “Tilt OIS” feature, which we don’t know what it does.
Samsung Galaxy A90 will be out with 5G and a triple rear-facing camera system
With Samsung focusing on the A-series, it is clear that the company wants to bring more features on these devices at some affordable prices. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will also be available in a 5G version so that the 5G A90 will be a bargain with cool features.
It is a known fact that Samsung chose to make the A-series without some characteristics of the Galaxy series, like the official IP which is missing, or the absent stereo speakers. The small amount of money you pay on one smartphone from this category comes with a price, but the in-display sensors or the huge batteries compensate the minuses.
Nevertheless, it is good news that Samsung will put 5G to its A-series handsets. Once launched, Samsung Galaxy A90 with 5G incorporated will not be available in Canada because of the 5G network technology that will not be ready to use until 2021.
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