Thursday , December 3 2020

Samsung drills possible Galaxy A90 launch until April 10



Samsung has just made a teaser online to announce it reveals a new device on April 10, 2019. The company says it will host a galaxy event on the date mentioned above. Teaser in itself does not reveal much about the device it should reveal. However, there are a few units in the pipeline, such as. Galaxy A90. It is possible that this may be the device Samsung declines on April 10.

Galaxy A90 launch probably on April 10th

It doesn't look like a conventional press valve. Samsung will probably make an online disclosure as we've seen it do for the Galaxy A series in the past. It has already revealed some of the handsets in this year's Galaxy A series. The Galaxy A10, A30 and A50 were unveiled just last month.

There have been very few reports on the Galaxy A90 recently. It is still unclear which hardware this device will use under the cap. Considering that it is higher up for the order than the Galaxy A50, you can expect it to have decent specifications. It can also get the optical in-display fingerprint sensor that the Galaxy A50 has.

It is believed that the Galaxy A90 will have a no-notch display with a sliding, rotating camera mechanism. This would mean that the unit will not have separate cameras to the front and back. Only one camera system with an expected 48 megapixel sensor would be enough for both. Samsung can also tone the Galaxy A90 as a gaming device. A promotional site for the device was spotted on Samsung's US site, which listed it under "Ultimate Gaming Devices."

Unlike previous rumors, Samsung seems to release Galaxy A90 globally and not just in China. We have already confirmed that the Galaxy A90 will be available in silver, black and gold colors. It will also have 128 GB storage space and 6/8 GB RAM variants.

Teaser can be a hint of three units instead of one, but it's just speculation right now. Samsung has other Galaxy A devices on its way, so it's possible we can get more than the Galaxy A90 on April 10th.


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