Samsung is reportedly working on a new middle-class cellphone in the Galaxy A90. Some rumors say he will have two variants, one of which will support the 5G network.
If you look at the serial number, then he should be a little above the Galaxy A80, both in terms of specifications and design. So, whether this will make it carry the slider system to save the camera
It should be known that the Galaxy A90 was sometimes predicted to be the name for the camera phone back and forth in the slider owned by a South Korean company, before finally the Galaxy A80 was released. The tweet from Tipster OnLeaks enlightened this.
"Based on my source, there is no pop-up camera or slider or anything like that that is expected to be present on this model (Galaxy A90)," he wrote in one of his notes.
Furthermore, in his subsequent tweet, OnLeaks gave a leak on the design of one of the Galaxy A90 variants. He said, the variant with the model number SM-A908 will come with a resolution of FHD + and Infinity-U Display.
Referring to the previous OnLeaks statement, SM-A908 is a variant that supports 5G networks. He also had time to say that this variant will use a Snapdragon 855 processor with a 6.7 inch screen that already supports in-display fingerprint scanner.
There is no information about the design of the other model, the SM-A905. It could be, he will be present with a punch hole that has been applied in the Galaxy S10 and most likely will also be used by the Galaxy Note 10.
It is interesting to look forward to what the two variants of the Galaxy A90 will look like. There are reports that say he will be priced around 700 euros (around Rp. 11 million) when released later.