With 4 weeks to go, we’re fast approaching the release date of the Galaxy Note 10 and Note Plus.  On top of this, the Samsung  Galaxy A90 is also rumoured to be released sometime around September or October.

In a tweet by UniverseIce, new details of the Galaxy A90 have been revealed.  There are rumours that this device will only be available as a 5G version, but these are yet to be confirmed.

Whilst initially only expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 675 octa-core SoC, it will actually boast the most powerful processor on the market: the Snapdragon 855.

According to GSMarena, images that have surfaced of the phone case suggest that there will be a triple camera on the back.  According to rumours, it will be 48 MP + 12 MP + 5 MP.

Regarding the front camera; there seems to be dispute as to whether there will be a pop-up selfie camera, or an infinity-U display, “water drop” notch design.  The screen is confirmed to be FHD +.

Other features include the fingerprint reader, which will be part of the under display unit.  The battery life is expected to be an impressive 4500mAh, and the phone will support 45w fast charge too.

Whilst many details are yet to be confirmed, the specs of the phone are looking to be more promising than initially predicted.