Tech2 News Staff22 Mar 2019 21:35:18 IST
Samsung hosts a Galaxy A series launch event next month, where it is expected to unveil the fifth Galaxy A series 2019 phone, Galaxy A90. Losses on the phone are slowly dripping from the rumor mill.
Rumors in the past have suggested that the Galaxy A90 may have a pop-up front camera quite similar to the Vivo V15 Pro. And now Samsung has confirmed that the upcoming Galaxy A smartphone will have a & # 39; Notchless Infinity & # 39; screen. Details on the display of the phone have emerged on the Samsung website of Indonesia. The list previously identified by GalaxyClub.nl reveals a dedicated Microsite Samsung series A.
"Full screen and no frame. The maxi-screen Notchless Infinity gives you the finest details, depth and realistic colors for a super immersive experience. Whether you're playing games, sharing photos or just relaxing watching some movies Super AMOLED's ultra-vibrant screen brings all of your media back to life, "reads the microsite list.
To remember, Samsung presented four different Infinity displays at its developer conference last year. Infinity O with hole for drilling is incorporated in the Galaxy S10 premium series. While the mid-range Galaxy A50 and A30 host the dew-drop Infinity-U screen. Meanwhile, the Galaxy A10 has an Infinity-V display. The Notchless-Infinity display occupies the fourth slot in the Infinity list.
Furthermore, the colorless front panel, the Galaxy A series microsite, does not reveal any details on the internal specifications of the next Galaxy A90 phone. However, previous reports have assumed that the phone could have Qualcomm's Snapdragon 710 processor. It is planned to use a 6.41-inch display and an optical sensor for display. It is said that the Galaxy A90 is available in two RAM options: 6 GB / 8 GB of RAM, which will be combined with 128 GB of native memory.
On April 10, Samsung will host events in several cities, where the introduction of new models of the Galaxy A series is scheduled. Reports indicate that the company could launch Galaxy A60 and Galaxy A70 together.
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