Samsung's A-series of mid-range smartphones was never as sexy as its Note or S devices, but that may change with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A90.
With the reliable subsidiary @onleaks, there will be two variants of the A90, and both will have a 6.7-inch screen with a fingerprint scanner on the screen and a triple rear camera.
And both devices will have Qualcomm's current top processor, the Snapdragon 855, the first for the A series of Samsung phones.
Call SM-A908, it will have 5G support, and its rear camera will have a 48/8/5 megapixel sensor combo.
The other, called SM-A905, will have a 48/12/5 megapixel camera with the new “Tilt” optical image stabilization technology.
Another expert, the Ice universe, said on Twitter that the A90 will also support a fast charge of 45W, which would be the first thing for Samsung.
They are interesting for several reasons. If true, this would make the Galaxy A90 one of Samsung's first 5G phones, and probably the cheapest, since the only one available so far is the 5G variant of the Galaxy S10.
Samsung's willingness to include top parts such as the Snapdragon 855 processor, as well as the new optical image stabilization technology, is good news for people who expect a Samsung phone that offers the best specifications at a mid-range price.