Samsung is about to launch its first intermediate smartphone with 5G connection and it will be the Galaxy A90 5G. The device appeared in (many) leaks of Evan Blass, who is the one who takes care of the @evleaks account and who has already hit several rumors in the world of smartphones.
Until then, the only smartphones that talk to 5G networks are the most expensive models, which are in the top-of-the-line category. It can be a Galaxy S10 Plus 5G, or Note 10 Plus 5G and Moto Z3 with Snap that brings the modem and antenna for this type of connection. With the arrival of the Galaxy A90, the connection that is still in its infancy in several countries can gain even more users.
The hottest rumors claim that the A90 5G will bring a Snapdragon 855, 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory, hardware that makes the A90 almost a Galaxy S10e – since the Galaxy S10e of the United States has literally the same hardware.
In the external look, now already according to the leaked videos, the A90 closely resembles what the A70 delivers. This means a screen that comprises almost the entire front of the phone and with a drop-shaped notch. At the rear are three traffic light cameras, the main one being 48 megapixels, followed by two low-resolution cameras (5 and 8 megapixels) that work as sensors for depth and other features.
Finally, rumors claim that it has 4,500 mAh battery and support for 45 watt fast charging – which, like the Note 10, should not accompany the Galaxy A90 5G in the box.
Samsung has yet to officially announce the model, but since the leaked content appears to be made by the Korean company’s advertising team, it is likely that it will be ready to arrive at any time.
With information: Engadget.