The Samsung Galaxy A90 is expected to debut in early April, and with less than three weeks to go some extra information on the smartphone's main feature has only leaked.
One of Samsung's largest smartphones ever
As confirmed earlier this week by Samsung's own website, the Galaxy A90 will be the company's first and only smartphone to be a & # 39; shameless infinity screen. & # 39; Of course, this means that there will be no controversial hack or cut, with the smartphone instead expected to track slender elements around.
On a related note, it is worth pointing out that Hemmer substances also believe that the Galaxy A90's screen will talk to a large 6.73-inch diagonal, which means it is level with the Galaxy S10 5G and then makes it a of Samsung's largest smartphones ever.
Expected a pop-out camera mechanism that also rotates
Despite the company's efforts to develop on-screen camera technology, Samsung recently acknowledged that "perfect full-screen smartphones are still a few years away. The giant apparently chose a more oorthodox solution on the Galaxy A90.
Details of the cameras remain quite scarce, but the general expectation is that the device will contain at least three. the main one to track a giant 48 megapixel resolution, the resolution of the other sensors has not yet been revealed, but it is likely to exercise a wide-angle lens, while the other can serve as a dedicated depth sensor.
As a result of this unique setting and the lack of rear cameras, the Galaxy A90 is also expected to track a very minimal back design. In fact, the only noticeable element is likely to be the Samsung logo – the Galaxy A90 is expected to adopt a fingerprint scanner.
An impressive processor that could hit Snapdragon 845
The inside of Samsung's upcoming device remains a bit of a mystery. A reputation claims the company is preparing a budget Snapdragon 855-powered flagship that can easily be the Galaxy A90 – the smartphone is expected to sit directly under the Galaxy S10e in Samsung's lineup. However, Tipster Ice Universe believes that this is not the case.
Instead of using Qualcomm's latest flagship, the historically reliable source believes that Samsung's Galaxy A90 will utilize the not yet commented Snapdragon 700 Series chip Samsung's Galaxy S10 series powered by the faster Snapdragon 855 “/>