Samsung Galaxy A90 5G version has reportedly pocketed a WiFi certificate.
On the WiFi Alliance official website, this device is registered with the model number SM-A908B. The site also explains that this smartphone will use the Android 9.0 Pie operating system and support dual-band WiFi 802.11 ac.
Unfortunately, the WiFi Alliance site does not provide further details about the specifications that will be carried on the Galaxy A90 5G.
However, from this certification at least it can be ascertained that one of the Galaxy A90 lines prepared by Samsung will support the fifth-generation network capability (5G).
Quoting GSMArena, a number of rumours say that this smartphone will have three cameras on the back, arranged vertically. All three cameras have 48MP, 12MP and 5MP resolution, respectively.
Unlike the Galaxy A80 which carries the design of a ‘rotary camera’, the Galaxy A90 is allegedly going to look like a smartphone in general. While the front camera is not yet known whether to be embedded in the screen or appear using notches.
Galaxy A90 rumours will come with a 6.7-inch widescreen Infinity-U Super AMOLED with Full HD + resolution. For the processor, the Galaxy A90 is said to be using top-class specs with a Snapdragon 855 chipset and 6GB of RAM.
There is no further information related to the existence of this smartphone. Samsung is known to be adding at least nine smartphones to the Galaxy A family in 2020.
This is known from a number of Galaxy A model names that Samsung registered with the European Union’s patent office (EUIPO).
In the document, there are several model names registered, namely Samsung A11, A21, A31, A41, A51, A61, A71, A81, and A91.