Today, Samsung officially released the Galaxy A90 5G smartphone. It sports the Snapdragon X50 baseband and supports the Sub 6GHz band under the NSA.
In terms of appearance, the Samsung Galaxy A90 5G features a 6.7-inch drop screen (Infinity-U) on the front and a vertical three-camera on the back. The glass back shell has a unique geometric pattern and is available in black and white.
As for the basic configuration, the A90 5G screen resolution is 2400×1080. It uses a Super AMOLED panel, which hides a screen fingerprint module under the glass. Inside, there is a built-in Snapdragon 855 chip, which is supplemented by a 6/8GB RAM and a 128GB ROM. The 6GB version also has supports the storage expansion to 512GB capacity.
One of the most interesting features of this handset it the camera. There is a 32-megapixel selfie shooter placed in the front. On the back, we can find a 5-megapixel deep-sensing lens, a 48-megapixel (F2.0) main camera, and an 8-megapixel 123-degree ultra-wide-angle lens (from top to bottom).
The rest of the noteworthy features include the 4500mAh battery, which supports 25W fast charging. For the first time, it provides DeX desktop mode support for the A series. The whole machine measures 164.8×76.4×8.4mm and weighs 206g.
The Samsung Galaxy A90 5G will be launched in the Korean market tomorrow (September 4), and other regions will follow later. The price has not yet been announced.
P.S. This is the third smartphone of the Korean manufacturers with a 5G support. So while other are still suffering on making identical phones, Samsung has already won the domestic market. By the way, the number of 5G users exceeds 2 million.