Initially, we believed that the Samsung Galaxy A90 would be the model with the retractable rotating camera, but that ended up being the Samsung Galaxy A80. Instead, it would be a 5G model – at least one of its versions – and now we have the best look at what to expect, after several leaks, box included.
According to a leak of its case and a supposed promotional image, we now have a better idea of what to expect from the Samsung Galaxy A90 5G, with many of its specifications revealed, as well as several official images.
Notch instead of mechanisms
Let’s start with the design. Both the promotional image and the box coincide in a traditional design, with a drop-shaped notch that, therefore, dispenses with inventions such as the Galaxy A80’s retractable camera. Behind is the three-lens camera, arranged vertically.
The text that accompanies the image does not add much more, except to comment that it has “super-fast 5G” and back design with square patterns, probably similar to the recently presented Samsung Galaxy A30s and Galaxy A50s. In fact, on the outside, the terminal is practically a carbon copy of the Samsung Galaxy A50s.
Now, when going into detail in the specifications is when the differences begin to appear. For starters, the screen would have 6.7 inches, so it is a predictably larger terminal. The processor is not specified, although benchmarks have been sighted in Geekbench with Snapdragon 855. What is appreciated is that it would have a triple rear camera of 48 + 5 + 8 and at least a version with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage.
Its strong point would be in 5G connectivity, although its fast charge 45W is also pseudo- confirmed. Samsung’s USB-C to mini-jack adapter accessory is listed on its Korean website as compatible with the Samsung Galaxy A90 5G, so it is assumed that it would not have a mini-jack.
With this level of leaks, it is expected that the Samsung Galaxy A90 does not take too long to appear, at least in its home country. It’s model name would be SM-A980 and it has already leaked to its wallpapers.