The latest information indicates that the Galaxy A90 is the first smartphone of this line to hit the market with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor. The information was first released in June by the renowned leaker Steve H. McFly, and is now confirmed with the passage of the terminal by Geekbench.
Under the model name SM-A908N, the Galaxy A90 passed the benchmark with the Snapdragon 855 processor, which powers most of the premium smartphones launched in 2019. Although it does not explicitly say the processor name, ‘msmnile’ is the code name of Snapdragon 855.
In terms of scoring, the Galaxy A90 can reach 3,458 points in single-core, and 10,852 multi-core points. These are similar numbers to other devices that rely on the same processor.
Specifications revealed in this test:
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Processor
- 6GB of RAM
- Android Pie
Galaxy A90 will hit the market with 5G variant
This model (SM908N) will be exclusive to Samsung’s home country – South Korea. However, according to the GalaxyClub website, it will have a sister model that will be launched globally (SM908B). To which they indicate this information, this will be the next smartphone of Samsung with 5G.
A recent certification is that this model will have a promising battery of 4500mAh. There is also expected to be a 48MP camera, a 6.7-inch screen and 45W fast charging. Unlike the A80, this model is not expected to have a rotating camera.
Taking into account all the specifications expected, and possibility of arriving with 5G in some markets, it is not to count on ‘friendly’ prices. We should expect a price very close to those practiced on the S line, which starts at 929 euros. Still with no scheduled release date, we may have to wait until fall for this model to hit the market.