The new Samsung Galaxy A90 was launched back in the month of September is presently available with selected retailers only. It is the latest smartphone from South Korea to be certified by the WiFi alliance.
The Smartphone also becomes the first device outside the flagship series of Samsung Galaxy Note and S series to be potent enough to latch a 5G network.
The new masterpiece from Samsung is powered by Snapdragon and 855 processor, 4500 mAh battery, 128 GB storage and an option to choose from 6 GB or an 8 GB RAM. It comes with a 6.7 inch Super AMOLED display and 5G connectivity.
What ads up to Galaxy A90’s features is its 48 + 5 + 8-megapixel triple-lens rear camera and a 32-megapixel front camera? It also sports the tipped to feature Tilt OIS technology, a version of Optical Image Stabilisation.
The phone is considered technically cheaper than the rest of its siblings launched by Samsung and one of the cheapest 5G phones like S1O and Note 10+ which you can currently buy Australia.
Comparing with other 5G phones which have been recently launched like Xiaomi’s Mi Mix 3 5G, this is undoubtedly a better deal.
Before it was even manufactured, the smartphone took to the Benchmarking site Geekbench and managed to bag a score of 3,458 in single-core tests and 10,852 in multicore tests.
Other features of the phone include WiFi 802.11, GPS, USB Type C, Bluetooth, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor, magnetometer, gyroscope, proximity sensor, and fingerprint sensor.
It also supports face lock other than patterns, passwords, and fingerprints. Galaxy A 90 measures 164.80 x 76.40 x 8.40 mm (h x w x t) and weighs a total of 206.00 grams