Samsung Galaxy A90 Leaked Said To Be Company’s First Phone With Pop Up Camera

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Samsung Galaxy A90 Leaked Said To Be Company’s First Phone With Pop Up Camera

Samsung is all set to launch its next flagship device of this year at the Galaxy Unpack Event which is going to be held later this month. Now there are some new rumours rendering on Internet that the company is working on a new device named as Samsung Galaxy A90.

The Samsung Galaxy A90 is said to feature the companies first smartphone with pop up camera module same as what we have seen in Vivo NEX S, and it will be the replacement of a midrange device Galaxy A9.

These information has been tweeted by a leakster – Ice Universe. Apart from this there are numerous renders on internet regarding the Galaxy A90, it is also rumoured to come with a 6.3-inch AMOLED display and 6GB to 8GB of RAM and it will have an inbuilt storage of 128GB. This device is said to be powered by 3,800mAh battery. If we talk about the last year launched Samsung galaxy A9 which was launched in November in 2018 was the first smartphone from the company to feature quad rear camera setup and it seems that the Galaxy A9 will get replaced by Galaxy A90 later this year.

Well, this is all, there is no more information on the Galaxy A90 from the company or any evidence which proves the existence of the product. The rumours may be true or false. But they its true then this will be the first smartphone from company with pop-up camera. The company is working on many new innovations this time. They are also working on their foldable device and new smartphone with very thin or no bezels. So just tuned with us for more Tech News. Share your views in comment box below. What you expect from Samsung?

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Samsung Galaxy A90 Leaked Said To Be Company’s First Phone With Pop Up Camera
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