Samsung’s Galaxy A90 smartphone, features a large 6.7inch full HD display, and a powerful trio of cameras, with the main camera housing comprising of a beefy 48MB sensor.
Samsung’s A90 also has a 8MP camera and a ToF sensor (time-of-flight) making Galaxy’s new smartphone a beefy media device with a 3,700mAh battery.
An unusual feature about this model is that the main camera pops up and rotates, as shown in a rendering created by Waqar Khan, leaving some concerned about potential pitfalls with moving parts that can potentially break easier or get stuck.
Although the exact specs of Samsung’s A90 are uncertain, it is believed that the new model will include 6/64GB of RAM/storage up to 128GB in storage, useful for all of those high pixel photography, and that the name of the device might even be named a A80 instead of the A90.
The Galaxy A90 will add to the expanding lineup of strong camera phones in the market, weighing in at a hefty 219g, heavier than most phones available today.
Author: Adam Sarwar