Samsung Galaxy A90 will be company’s first device with a pop-up camera

We have reported in the past that Samsung is working on launching a couple of devices under its mid-range A-series. Just last week, Samsung announced Galaxy A70 and the company has another event lined-up for next week.

Samsung has already sent out invites for an event on April 10 and the company plans to launch a couple of new devices as well as reveal the prices and availability of Galaxy A70. Now a new leak has revealed that Samsung might launch Galaxy A90 with a pop-up camera. We have reported in the past that Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy A90 with a 48 MP rotating pop-up camera. A concept video published by Waqar Khan gives is a look at what the device could look like, showing how a dual rotating pop-up camera could actually work. The concept video also shows an in-display fingerprint scanner. Samsung is expected to equip Galaxy A90 with an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner, like the one on Galaxy S10.

Serial Samsung Leaker Ice_Universe has endorsed the render, saying it was “Almost completely correct.”

See the video below:

Apart from the rotating camera, the device will come with 6/8 GB of RAM, and 128 GB of storage. The device will be available in black, silver, and gold colour options. Except for the mechanical disadvantages, a pop-up selfie camera is a lot cooler than a punch-hole camera. Do our readers agree Samsung is making their line-up somewhat confusing? Let us know in the comments section below.

Via: Twitter

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