The first smartphones with support for 5G networks that we saw hit the market have a high price in common one feature. Currently, if you want a mobile phone that falls into this category, you will need to invest a substantial amount, as required by OnePlus 7 Pro 5G, Note 10+ 5G or Galaxy S10 + 5G. However, this could change soon. According to well-known leaker Evan Blass, Samsung is about to unveil a mid-range smartphone that will have the same capability.
Blass says he has obtained a set of videos and animations that should be used to communicate the release of the Galaxy A90 5G. The design of the phone is in line with what we saw in the South Korean brand "A" line, with the notch and triple camera being present.
Although there are no official confirmations regarding equipment specifications yet, promotional videos refer to "high speed upload" and "video stability" as points of interest. According to a leak where the case comes up, the A90 will have a 6.7 inch display, an AMOLED FHD + display, an octa-core processor, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The front camera will have 32 megapixels, while the rear camera will reach 48MP, 5MP and 8MP. The processor is still unknown, but it could be a Snapdragon 855 in some regions, which in theory would put this smartphone just below the Galaxy S10e in terms of quality.
Samsung has not yet advanced a date for the launch of the smartphone and the price should not be that much, especially if we consider this set of specifications. However, it should be remembered that the "A" range is generally cheaper than the Galaxy S or Note.