Samsung will launch Galaxy A90 with Snapdragon 855; Also a variant with 5G

Samsung has released several M-Series devices and A-Series devices to compete in the Budget, Midrange and the Upper Midrange segments. There were reports of another Galaxy A-Series device, Galaxy A90 to be released this year. But later on, some reports claimed that the Galaxy A90 will be released as some device in the Galaxy R-Series. But now, it is again being reported that it was due to a misunderstanding of some sources who got confused between marketing names with internal codenames. And now, it is confirmed again that Samsung will launch Galaxy A90 with Snapdragon 855, and a variant will also be equipped with 5G.

This new report also confirms that the Galaxy A90 is real and might be released some time later this year. Some more information about this device has also been leaked. To start, there will be at least two variants – a 4G variant and a 5G variant.

Samsung Galaxy A90 with Snapdragon 855; Also a variant with 5G

The 4G variant will carry the model number SM-A905. It’ll come with a 6.7-inch screen, and in-display fingerprint sensor and a triple rear camera setup (48MP + 12MP + 5MP) which will also have a feature named “Tilt OIS”. What this feature means or does is still not known.

The second variant i.e. the 5G variant will have the same screen and the in-display fingerprint sensor but a little different triple rear camera setup (48MP + 8MP + 5MP). And obviously, it’ll be having the 5G support.

Also, as mentioned earlier in the article, the A90 will be powered by the Snapdragon 855 which will make it the first A-Series device to sport a flagship processor. I guess Samsung is trying to compete with the flagship devices which have affordable price range with the Galaxy A90.

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