Samsung Galaxy A90 may come with a Snapdragon 855, ToF sensor

Samsung Galaxy Note 5G leaked renders

Samsung Galaxy A90 may come with a Snapdragon 855, ToF sensor

However, Samsung can be doing one thing it hasn't completed earlier than; it's engaged on a brand new flagship device that won't be as costly because of the S10 or Note 10. It will reportedly also come equipped with an in-display fingerprint sensor. I could have never predicted what a debacle the phone's launch would end up being, of course, but Samsung has never excelled at innovating and releasing first-generation products. They give us an idea of the unique camera design.

The device looks like a regular smartphone when it has not been rolled out.

First, according to Korean tech site The Elec, Samsung is working on an 8-inch Galaxy Fold device that has an S Pen.

The Samsung Galaxy A90 has been rumoured for a while now, and a fresh leak suggests this is still in the works and it will be powered by a Snapdragon 855 along with a 5G variant.

The last of the four major carriers to launch 5G in the United States, T-Mobile is ready to launch in Atlanta, Cleveland, Dallas, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and NY at the end of this month. The foldable device was announced after years and years of reports but Samsung was forced to make a delay to conduct more tests and make sure that the technology was 100 percent ready.

And now, the folks at Huawei have assured customers that despite the recent United States ban, the Mate X will still ship with Android OS. The unnamed sources who provided the information said the handset is about the size of Samsung's current Galaxy S10 5G flagship smartphone. Granted, it might be easier to now move forward thanks to the very hard lessons it learned from the Galaxy Fold.

The focus of this "Galaxy Fold 2" is more on portability, allowing owners to stash the phone anywhere, even in small pockets.

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