Samsung Indonesia hosted a promotional page for an upcoming event on April 10 and one of the images revealed a Notchless Infinity screen that “maxes out for a super immersive experience”. At the bottom of the image, Samsung had also made it clear that the Notchless Infinity screen will only be available on the Galaxy A90.
Since January, it’s been clear that Samsung is working on releasing the Galaxy A90 as it first popped up on a leak and then went on to be listed on Samsung UK official website. With expectations high for the upcoming device, Samsung Indonesia has just made it official that the Galaxy A90 will have a “Notchless Infinity” display.
Samsung Indonesia hosted a promotional page for Samsung’s upcoming event on April 10 and one of the images revealed a Notchless Infinity screen that “maxes out for a super immersive experience”. At the bottom of the image, Samsung had also made it clear that the Notchless Infinity screen will only be available on the Galaxy A90.
The image, which was shared by Dutch publication GalaxyClub, didn’t have a render of the actual Galaxy A90. Thus, it’s unknown what the Galaxy A90’s front will look like and where it’s selfie camera and sensors will be placed. The whole idea of a notchless display suggests that the Galaxy A90 could well equip a sliding camera for the front much like the Vivo Nex but nothing can be confirmed at the moment.
Another report from GalaxyClub has also revealed the battery information on the Galaxy A90 which is now expected to feature a battery with a capacity of 3,610mAh. While it can’t be confirmed yet, it’s now likely that the A90 will feature a smaller battery than the 4,000mAh power unit on the Galaxy A50, A30 and A20.
The lesser battery size could also translate to extra space given for a mechanical moving camera which could be present on the phone to make the device notchless. As per rumours, the Samsung Galaxy A90 is expected to feature a 6.41-inch display. It will be powered by the Snapdragon 710 chipset coupled with 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB of inbuilt storage. It is likely to run on One UI based on Android Pie.
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