It was reported in early July that Samsung had a 5G model planned for the A series with model number SM-A908. This model belongs to the alleged Galaxy A90 5G. The handset has now been spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance website today. The same model is expected to be a flagship-grade handset with powerful internals.
Besides its Android version which is 9.0, the listing also tells hints that Samsung will be planning the launch of the Galaxy A90 5G in the US. This is also clear from the “B” letter in the model number which Samsung has started designating to international devices. It is also expected to launch in a number of European countries such as UK, Germany, France, Scandinavia, and Italy. There’s also another SM-A908N which will be limited to Samsung’s home market, South Korea.
Based on previous information, the Galaxy A90 5G will be equipped with the Snapdragon 855 SoC that will enable it to have those blazing fast 5G speeds. Although there’s also a rumoured 4G version with the same processor. Also, a recent Samsung battery product with the code EB-BA908ABY which belongs to the Galaxy A90 5G. And the capacity was revealed to be 4,500mAh. This isn’t surprising as the Galaxy S10+ 5G also has the same exact size. The Korean variant appeared on Geekbench with 6GB of RAM but there will probably be more RAM and storage combinations.
Other leaks have suggested a 32MP front camera, a 48MP rear shooter and a massive 6.7-inch AMOLED display for the device along with 45W fast-charging. Strangely though, there’s no word about the design of the device but we don’t expect it to have the swivel pop-up camera of the Galaxy A80 because of the huge battery. Moreover, word is that the handset will be a lot cheaper than Samsung’s Galaxy S10+ 5G.