This year, the Samsung confirmed the replacement of the Galaxy J line by Galaxy A; now, the South Korean manufacturer has applied for registration of trademarks A12, A22, A32, A42, A52, A62, A72, A82 and A92 at EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Institute), suggesting that there is planning for intermediate models for the next two years.
The Galaxy A12, A22… A92 models should only arrive in 2021, unless Samsung wants to get ahead. In July, the Korean also registered nine other Galaxy A phones, starting from A11 to A91, which are due to be launched in 2020.
The line Galaxy A is above the Galaxy M line, focused on online retail sales. One of the main features of the devices launched this year is the almost borderless screen. And with the exception of the Galaxy A10, all other cell phones in the line brought at least two cameras at the rear and a fingerprint reader, either at the rear or under the screen.
The A80 was a case, I would say, experimental with a rotating camera. And until the launch of the Galaxy A21 to A91, a lot can change: camera below the display, screen that drips to the rear, battery with solar charge, 5G by default across the board and so on. The fact is that Samsung has taken new technologies even to these intermediate devices, so it is to be expected some more striking features…
Galaxy A91 already has leaked specifications
Just this week, the Galaxy A91 had its spec sheet leaked, with some differences between the A90 5G announced this year. The same specs can come in a supposed Galaxy S10 Lite too.
It should have Snapdragon 855, 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage with microSD input. Although this processor has a modem with 5G support, the technology would not be enabled on the device.
The set of three rear cameras would include a 48-megapixel main sensor. And the 4,500 mAh battery should come with 45-watt fast charging support.
With information: Gizmochina.