We recently came to see rumors talking about the existence of a Samsung Galaxy A smartphone series with 5G support. The alleged Galaxy A90 5G rumored to be a few weeks ago, talking about that supposed support for the fifth generation mobile internet connection, as well as other camera details and the 45 Watt Rapid Charging Support that will also be on the Galaxy Note 10.
Now, supposed images of Galaxy A90 5G cases have appeared, displaying a triple rear camera system upright and centered on the body of the device.
With this, it is clear that the new smartphone should not use a system similar to that of the Galaxy A80, which turns the cameras forward. Here, we also see that the fingerprint reader should be under the screen, which by the way should not have notched.
Rumors say it will have a 48-megapixel camera, a 12-megapixel camera, and a third 5-megapixel camera, with a feature called “Tilt OIS,” which is not yet clear what its functionality.
In any case, it is still unclear when the new smartphone, which should use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset as benchmark tests, will be introduced. Samsung will host an event on August 7, where it will present Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus. With luck, the Galaxy A90 5G will also make its appearance. Anyway, we have to wait to find out more about him.