Published: Tue, September 03, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Samsung Announce Mid-Tier Flagship A90 5G

Samsung Announce Mid-Tier Flagship A90 5G

The Android 9 Pie OS along with One UI OS comes preloaded on the Galaxy A90 5G smartphone.

You'll notice the device's 6.7-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED Infinity-U display right off the bat. It is not the first 5G phone from the company since it has already launched Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy Note 10 5G premium phones in the past. Samsung announced the smartphone in two colour options- black and white, both of them featuring a unique geometric pattern on the back. Also, to offer 5G connectivity support, Samsung also integrated the Qualcomm Snapdragon X50 5G modem inside the Galaxy A90 5G. There's a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor under the hood. It also supports face recognition. There is a dedicated microSD card slot on the device for more storage.

In the imaging department, the device gets a triple-camera setup which consists of a 48MP f/2.0 main, 8MP f/2.2 ultra-wide-angle and 5MP f/2.2 for depth. On the front side, the phone packs a 32MP shooter for selfies and video calling.

Here are the full Samsung Galaxy A90 5G specs

Given all of those, the Samsung Galaxy A90 5G is likely to be the most expensive Galaxy A phone yet. It has a 4500mAh battery with 25W fast charging and the USB Type-C port is present on the bottom side. Not to forget, the Galaxy A90 5G is also the first-ever Galaxy A model that able to support Samsung DeX feature which is not exactly surprising given its flagship hardware. Samsung's upcoming 5G entry might be about to change all that.

Pricing of the Galaxy A90 5G is now unknown, but it will arrive in South Korea tomorrow and will expand to other markets later.

Samsung's local division said it's working with operators and retail partners on the Australian launch, and said an on-sale date and pricing will be confirmed in the coming weeks.

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