Samsung Galaxy A90 5G is the 5G phone for the masses

Samsung Galaxy A90 5G is the 5G phone for the masses

Samsung Galaxy A90 5G is the 5G phone for the masses

The Galaxy A90 5G also boasts of three cameras, though, despite their high numbers, might not perform as well as Samsung's high-end. Whether it has run out of such experiments or has changed its mind, the Galaxy A90 5G is anything but experimental. The Galaxy A90 5G is the company's premium mid-range offering which may not reach the Indian market anytime soon as there's no carrier offering 5G services right now. Samsung is seeking to make its second bendable gadget more affordable and thinner than this year's Galaxy Fold, they said. Recent flagships such as the Galaxy Note 10 don't even have it, there has to be a special version with a 5G radio that costs even more. However, it has confirmed that the phone will be available for purchase in South Korea starting from September 4.

The device will feature a hole-punch selfie camera at the top of the inner display, and two cameras on the outside, too.

Almost half a year after the original launch of the flexible Galaxy Fold was supposed to take place, Samsung reopened pre-registrations for the device no slated to be released this month. And as it was leaked earlier, the A90 5G supports 25W Super Fast Charging that works over USB Power Delivery protocol.

Besides the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, the Galaxy A90 5G packs either 6GB or 8GB RAM, as well as 128GB expandable storage (up to 512GB).

As tipped, the phone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 5G SoC.

For photography, Galaxy A90 5G sports a triple-camera setup featuring a 48-megapixel primary sensor, 5-megapixel depth sensor and an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle lens. The A90 does come with an in-display fingerprint sensor, however, as well as 2D face recognition support.

The wait is finally over for Samsung's first non-flagship 5G smartphone. The Galaxy A90 5G also supports Samsung DeX.

Pricing and availability of the handset have yet to be confirmed.

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