Samsung has been on the lookout to tackle the fast-rising Chinese smartphone makers by introducing new smartphones with better features for less. The Galaxy A-Series and Galaxy-M have all been targeted at the youth who love the better price to performance ratio offered by Chinese smartphone brands including Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo, and even TECNO.
Samsung latest flagship the Galaxy A90 has been rumored to be the next device to be added on the A-series. The upcoming Galaxy A90 will succeed the Galaxy A80 announced earlier this year.
The Galaxy A90 will take the lead over its predecessors featuring the latest Qualcomm high-end Snapdragon 855 SoC. The source also states that the Galaxy A90 will support 5G which makes it the cheaper option and if true this will be the first mid-range device to feature 5G support from Samsung other than the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G variant launched earlier this year and the upcoming Galaxy Note 10.
Famous leaker OnLeaks also hints the A90 will sport a 6.7-inch display, an in-display fingerprint scanner and the rear camera will have a triple lens setup(48+8+5) for the 5G variant while a lower variant will feature few differences including a 48+12+5 main camera setup with ‘Tilt Optical Image Stabilization’ and no 5G support.
Also, the A-90 series might come along with a 45W fast charge support, but it’s likely to be a pro feature in the 5G model according to another leaker IceUniverse. With 45W fast charging technology, this will set a new bar for the Samsung devices from the current 25 W fast charge technology in the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.