Samsung Galaxy A90 to sport SD 855 and 48MP camera

Samsung flagship devices, with rare exceptions, have always been great and powerful. Unfortunately, the budget phones of the same company did not impress that much. The majority of them did offer really nice screens, but under other aspects, they were rather weak phones, at least for their prices. This year, we might actually see Samsung deliver a handset with flagship specs, but with a (hopefully) decent price tag. The Samsung Galaxy A90 and its 5G counterpart are reportedly already in the works and rumor has it that they will deliver serious power.

OnLeaks, one of the leaksters that got it right several times before recently disclosed that both upcoming devices will sport Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipsets and they will also feature triple camera setups on the back, that will include a 48MP sensor too. The two models will not have the exact same camera setups, as the Samsung Galaxy A90 5G version will boast a 48MP+8MP+5MP combo, while the non-5G variant will rock a 48MP+12MP+5MP setup.  As for other specs, it’s a little early to already have them in writing, but it’s not that hard to take an educated guess. 8GB of RAM and 256GB or 512GB internal storage could be a safe bet if we are to consider the existing Samsung models both in the A-series and S-series lineup.

The South Korean company should definitely launch a handset with amazing specs for an affordable price, besides the Samsung Galaxy S10e, which had a $749 launch price. Then again, the A80 was only a few bucks cheaper when it launched, and given the fact that the Samsung Galaxy A90 will have a cooler specs sheet, it might actually be more expensive than the S10e. Even so, some people might consider that at least the 5G model would be worth every cent, as it will certainly be more affordable than other smartphone models that support the same technology.

It’s not clear when Samsung will launch the Samsung Galaxy A90. It could be this year, or at the beginning of 2020, and we will most definitely find out more about the handset as the launch date will approach. Until then, we can only guess and hope that the Snapdragon 855 chipset won’t raise the price too much.

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