After the launch of the S10, Samsung’s next focus is on the “A Galaxy Event” to hold on Wednesday, April 10th 2019 – the release of the new A-series smartphone.
In fact, Samsung’s electronic mobile communications division president Gao Dongzhen once revealed that the future mid-level smartphone will also use the latest technology. For the first time, the Galaxy A90 will be equipped with a “sliding and rotating lens” for the first time.
Recently, foreign media has pre-emptively exposed the A90 design. It uses a lifting lens design similar to Oppo Find X. When shooting, the top of the whole device will automatically rise, while the middle lens module can be flipped for selfies. They are equipped with a 48-megapixel main lens, an 8 megapixel sub-lens, and a TOF lens. In addition to the true full-screen design, the A90 also supports on-screen fingerprint scanning, which is quite prominent in the middle-end devices.
What do you think about this new camera setup by Samsung?