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Samsung Galaxy A90 leak shows sliding and rotating camera module

04 April 2019 2

Samsung’s continued aggressive approach towards mid segment devices has brought high dividends for the company already. Multiple A series of phones have made it to the top selling lists since their respective launches. Now yet another such device, the Galaxy A90 is said to be getting ready for launch.

Parallel to previous leaks, the Galaxy A90 may come with a unique triple camera setup and impressive hardware specifications. As per him, the phone may not only have an interesting solution for a zero-bezel design but also may have a common front and rear camera setup. As per a fresh leak, the phone may feature both slider and rotating triple camera setup.

As per the leak, the Galaxy A90 may come with triple cameras located on a pop-up slider housed at the back of the device quite like the OPPO Find X, however, the same camera setup which includes a 48-megapixel snapper, 8-megapixel, and a ToF sensor will be able to rotate and can be used as front-facing selfie camera as well.


Other details from a rendered video include the presence of an in-display fingerprint sensor, a headphone jack and USB type C port for charging and connectivity. Other rumors suggest that the phone may come with a Snapdragon 700 series SoC, 6GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. It may come in three different color options, Blue, Grey, and Black and could house a 3500 to 4000 mAh battery pack, In all probability, the phone may run on Android 9 Pie based OneUI.



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