Samsung's future new 5G smartphone, the Galaxy A90, has been spotted on Geekbench. Now you can check the first details about the new device and learn more about the goodies packed inside it.
The Samsung Galaxy S90 5G models should not be cheap either, as the first Samsung Galaxy S10 with 5G connectivity has been sold starting with $1300. The Galaxy A90 5G shouldn't cost that much, but it will still be overpriced due to it packing a new type of technology.
If we were to trust the Geekbench scores, then the Samsung Galaxy A90 5G smartphones will come packed with the Snapdragon 855, 6GB RAM, 5G connectivity and a 4500 mAh battery. The size of the battery is that large due to the device coming with 5G support, a new technology that requires more battery power in order to establish a successful 5G connection at all times.
The Samsung Galaxy A90 5G isn't marketed as a flagship model, but if sure doesn't look like it when you look at its hardware. The launch date for the phone isn't confirmed, but we know that it will be available in multiple European countries like France, UK, Italy, Germany and in the Scandinavian countries.
Now that the device has been spotted on Geekbench the only thing left to do is to wait for Samsung to confirm the device on their official channels. We're hoping that the launch happens some time before the Galaxy Note 10 launch in August. In the coming weeks we will be listing all the specs for both hardware and software specs that you will find on the Samsung Galaxy A90 5G devices.