Samsung’s new Galaxy A series may soon expand. We’re talking about the Galaxy A90 that was spotted on the Geekbench benchmark platform. The model in question is reported with the initials SM-A9050 marking a score of 2504 points in single-core and 6768 in multi-core. What is strange is the processor. The tested device, in fact, is based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 675.
If it were really the Galaxy A90, it would be a choice that leaves us a bit perplexed as the current A80 has a higher-end processor (Snapdragon 730). It could also be a mistake filling out the platform but if it wasn’t, it will be interesting to understand the reasons behind Samsung’s hypothetical decision. Here, the SoC is paired with 6 GB of RAM. As for the software, instead, we find Android 9 Pie that will surely be customized with the One UI graphics interface.
The Geekbench card does not provide other technical details. However, some previous rumors have suggested very similar features to the Galaxy A80. Specifically, it should have a 6.7-inch display and three rear cameras: a 48 MP main sensor coupled with an 8 MP ultra-wide and a third TOF sensor. It could also present the same photographic solution that sees the rear camera also used frontally using a retractable and rotating mechanism.
In short, few certain news for the moment but we will certainly hear about it in the coming months. However, it will probably take some time before the successor to the Galaxy A80 arrives on the market, which should make its debut in June at a price of 679 euros in the Phantom Black, Angel Gold, and Ghost White color variants.