A new image derived from possible Samsung advertising content for its Chinese site now displays more information and more detail about what we can expect from the brand’s first off-line flagship Galaxy S and Galaxy Note: the new 5G Galaxy A90.
Leaked by a user on the Chinese social network Weibo, it is possible to notice some phrases and texts written in Chinese as well as other alphabet inscriptions that we use in the west, confirming the “young premium” version of the Galaxy A90 5G, implying that although this may be a “cheap” model (“less expensive” if you prefer) and with high-end hardware.
Without giving any hardware information, you can notice the design of the device with its white-blue back cover and detail cut in half, possibly some new reflective finish shape under the glass.
Note the set of three rear cameras and the droplet notch present derived from the Infinity-U display that will be present on the A90 5G.
What we know so far is that the model number SM-A908N will have support for the 5G, as the image itself confirms above, and that the device will come with a “unique image stabilization technology” plus a set featuring 48 MP main camera, 8 MP ultra-wide secondary and a 5 MP sensor for depth of field data.
— SamMobile (@SamMobiles) August 30, 2019
Other recently leaked specs suggest the device will feature a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED technology display, Snapdragon 855 chipset with X50 modem to allow data transfer over the 5G network, and an 8 GB RAM memory pool with 128 GB storage internal and 4,400 mAh battery with fast charging.
The above image contradicts rumors about the A90’s retractable main and / or swivel main camera set, but further leaks are expected to emerge in the coming weeks suggesting which format Samsung will adopt in its new flagship.