Samsung Galaxy A90 to feature Snapdragon 855, 5G, advanced camera tech

Ruben Fields
June 26, 2019

This variant will also feature a Snapdragon 855 chipset along with a 6.7-inch screen that houses an in-display fingerprint sensor. It will come in two variants - LTE enabled Samsung SM-A905 and 5G enabled Samsung SM-A908.

You may remember our article about the leaked Galaxy A90 tech specs, from back in April this year.

First up is the smartphone that carries the model number "SM-A908" which is said to feature a flagship-grade Snapdragon 855 SoC that will drive a 6.7-inch display. Going by the earlier leaks, the two models are the LTE and 5G models of the long-awaited Galaxy A90.

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There have been lots of talks related to the Samsung Galaxy A90 smartphone. Along with the in-display fingerprint sensor, the smartphone will also come with a triple rear camera setup that will comprise of a 48 MP sensor, an 8 MP sensor, and a 5 MP sensor. In this upcoming device, you will get to see a mysterious exclusive feature called "Tilt OIS".

We are not exactly sure how Tilt OIS is different from your standard optical image stabilization (OIS) technology. If true, this will be the first time a device inside the Galaxy A series has equipped a top-end chip which could be Samsung's way of glorifying the Galaxy line for the present mid-range market. On the other hand, the Galaxy A90 will come with 48MP + 12MP + 5MP triple camera setup on the rear. We hope to know more about the Galaxy A90 in the coming weeks.

The most important reveal however is that both variants of the alleged Galaxy A90 will be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC. Both the devices will be running on Android 9.0 Pie based One UI out of the box.

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