Infinity-U Power Plant with Triple Camera System and Super Fast Charging
In other words, Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy A90 5G as a versatile, versatile and versatile beast capable of great the extent of the same things as her ultra-high class cousins. Of course, the differences will be hidden in the small things, such as the slightly less premium Infinity-U design, which features a slit rather than a hole or a notably remarkable 48 + 5 + 8MP triple rear arrow setup.  This is one of the things that the leaky retail package seems to confirm, and although it sounds like a great setup for a non-flagship device, it naturally won't be able to compete with the stunning 12 + 12 + 16MP + layout ToF on the back of note 10+. Considering that, it is widely expected that the Galaxy A90 5G and the latest Samsung manufacturers will share the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855.
It is curious that the SoC is not mentioned on the leaked Galaxy A90 5G, which also reveals the availability of respectable 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage under the hood, along with a 32MP front camera of 170.3mm large (6, 7 ") Full HD + Super AMOLED display and" super "fast charging technology. The latter probably doesn't address the 45W speeds of the Galaxy Note 10+ and the upcoming A91, but the 25W capabilities are also pretty sweet, especially when paired with a battery that is said to offer about 4500mAh capacity.
Price and release date expected
It's no secret that first-generation 5G smartphones are insanely expensive, and although the Galaxy A90 is clearly undercut by the included 5G Note 10 and Note 10+, the difference may not be as essential as you hope. After all, this is by no means pushing, packing one of the best processors available in combination with a beautiful design, a multi-function camera system, a powerful battery and lots of memory.
With 5G modem and premium Qualcomm SoC, A90 can't to come out cheap