The A90 5G will reportedly tout a 6.7-inch "full HD+" AMOLED screen, an octa-core processor (possibly a Snapdragon 855 in some regions) with 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage and a 32-megapixel front camera.
Connectivity options on the Galaxy A90 5G include 5G, 4G LTE, Dual 4G, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0, Global Positioning System and GLONASS. The Galaxy A90 5G is first going to be released in South Korea tomorrow. Called the Galaxy A90 5G, the device comes with high-end specs, but is expected to be priced relatively more affordably than the 5G variants of the company's flagship phones.
The images and video don't have any tidbits on a release date so whether we'll see the phone launch this year or not is anyone's guess, but a more affordable 5G handset looks like it's on the way. The page also confirms that this smartphone will come with an Infinity-U display as it shows off a U-shaped notch on the front. The smartphone will be available in two colour options of black and white. This can be used for on-screen fingerprint (or alternatively you can use face recognition via the selfie camera). The setup consists of a 48MP primary camera, a 5MP depth camera, and an 8MP ultra-wide lens.
Not only that, but it also comes with features such as 25W fast charging, Super Steady, Scene Optimizer, Flaw Detector as well as Live Focus Mode. After all, this is the first mid-range smartphone from Samsung to get 5G support. If Samsung launches the Galaxy A90 without 5G support, then the company may price it around Rs 45,000. The 48 megapixel f/2.0 main camera, though, is still not present on any Galaxy S or Galaxy Note. Australia is among those confirmed markets, but actual pricing and availability information was still TBC at the time of writing.