Samsung is reportedly planning to release a 5G version of the unannounced Galaxy A90, making Samsung the first of Samsung's midrange phones with the next-gen cellular technology. Reliable leakers OnLeaks and Ice Universe both report that there is a 5G model of the device, while the latter claims that it also supports 45W fast charging. If this is true, it offers faster charging than the 25W Super Fast Charging shown in the Galaxy S10 5G flagship phone.
According to OnLeaks there will be two models of the A90, one with 5G and one without. Both devices are said to be equipped with a Snapdragon 855 chipset and a 6.7-inch display with an in-display fingerprint sensor. Although both have a triple camera setup on their back, including a 48-megapixel main sensor, the 5G model has 8-megapixel and 5-megapixel cameras, while the non-5G phone has a 12- megapixel has and 5-megapixel sensors for its second and third cameras.
The Galaxy A90 is not the only contender to become the second 5G device from Samsung. Earlier this year, reports revealed that Samsung could release a 5G version of the Galaxy Note 10, which is reportedly launched on August 7. AT & T has already announced that it intends to transport Samsung's second 5G handset, along with, presumably, most other providers. Given that the A-series is intended as the affordable series of phones from Samsung, the A90 is probably the cheapest of the two devices.