Samsung Galaxy A90 With 5G Support Tested in Geekbench

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The Samsung has been investing on line A, which became popular and soon must win not only the successors of the first models as well as new premium variants. The Galaxy A90 has already been awaited behind the scenes and may have been spotted in the performance test of the GeekBench site. Attention was drawn to the presence of a variant with 5G and the Snapdragon 855 processor, plus a gritty battery.

The device is listed as SM-A908N running the Android 9 Pie, with 6GB of RAM and the “msmnile” card, the same as that used on devices that use Snapdragon 855. The single-core score of 3458 and the multi-core of 10852, similar to the phones of the same chipset, also “confirm” the component of Qualcomm. It is also certain that the whole will work under Android 9 Pie.

According to the GalaxyClub, the A90 would have already been certified in South Korea with the product code EB-BA908ABY. And as you can see below, this would be your battery, with a capacity of 4400mAh. Already on the design, the phone must remember much the look of the A70.

In addition, according to the Ice Universe flusher, which usually brings hot gossip behind the scenes, the screen should have 6.7 inches without the notch, with the possibility of a retractable camera for selfie and digital reader under the screen. In the rear, the sensors must have 48MP, 8MP, and 5MP. Photos should be powered by a proprietary technology, called Tilt OIS – but without details on what that would be.

The 5G version of the Galaxy A90 would support ultra-fast recharge of 45W. Incidentally, this option would initially only be sold in South Korea. Samsung has not yet released any other device information and there is no forecast for global rollout and distribution.

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