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Galaxy A90 hinted to launch in US as a gaming phone

13 March 2019 2

Samsung mid-ranged smartphone lineup Galaxy A-series has recently gained a lot of attention from the Korean tech giant with the release of new smartphones having the latest set of features offered as a test bed for the company. Any new features that the company works upon tend to be first rolled out to Galaxy A series before they finally get enrolled in Galaxy S (flagship) series.


Features like fingerprint scanner mounted on the side of the phone, quad camera setup and in-display hole are all those features that first found their place in Galaxy A series, though unfortunately, the series hasn’t been widely available in the US though chances are that Galaxy A90 could find its place in US market.

While Galaxy A90 is the company’s more interesting experiment yet, it seems its hardware is capable enough to tackle Asphalt 9 which is suggested by the US landing page of Asphalt 9 promotion. While the ‘gaming devices’ supporting the gameplay, Galaxy A90 finds its place in the footnotes apart from Galaxy S10 models, Note 9 and Galaxy Tab S5e.

The phone is expected to feature a pop-up selfie camera that rotates as well which could be used for high-quality photos and videos as well. Are you looking forward to getting your hands onto Galaxy A90? Let us know in the comments section below.

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