Samsung has just put up a teaser online to announce that it’s going to be unveiling a new device on April 10, 2019. The company says that it will host “A Galaxy Event” on the aforementioned date. The teaser itself doesn’t reveal much about the device it’s going to unveil. However, there are a couple of devices in the pipeline, such as the Galaxy A90. It’s possible that this might be the device Samsung shows off on April 10.
Galaxy A90 launch likely on April 10
This doesn’t seem like a conventional press event. Samsung will most likely do an online reveal which we have seen it do for Galaxy A series devices in the past. It has already revealed some of the handsets in this year’s Galaxy A series. The Galaxy A10, A30 and A50 were unveiled just last month.
There have been quite a few reports about the Galaxy A90 recently. It’s unclear as yet what hardware this device will be touting under the hood. Given that it’s higher up the order than the Galaxy A50 you can expect it to feature decent specs. It may also get the optical in-display fingerprint sensor that the Galaxy A50 has.
It’s believed that the Galaxy A90 will have a no-notch display with a sliding, rotating mechanism for the camera. This would mean that the device won’t have separate cameras for the front and back. Just one camera system with an expected 48-megapixel sensor would be enough for both. Samsung may also pitch the Galaxy A90 as a gaming device. A promotional page for the device was spotted on Samsung’s US website which listed it under “Ultimate Gaming Devices.”
Contrary to earlier rumors, it does appear that Samsung will be releasing the Galaxy A90 globally and not just in China. We have already confirmed exclusively that the Galaxy A90 will be available in silver, black and gold colors. It will also have 128GB of storage and 6/8GB RAM variants.
The teaser may be hinting at three devices instead of one but that’s just speculation right now. Samsung does have other Galaxy A devices on the way so it’s possible we may get more than the Galaxy A90 on April 10.
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