Samsung’s Galaxy A90 5G Brings 5G for Cheap

Posted on September 3, 2019 by Mehedi Hassan in Hardware, Mobile, Android with 7 Comments

Samsung is launching a new Galaxy device today. The company’s new Galaxy A90 5G is the company’s latest device part of the Galaxy A series, and it’s the cheapest 5G-enabled phone from the company so far.

Samsung’s recent 5G devices like the Galaxy S10 5G and the Note 10+ 5G aren’t cheap, and neither are most of the other 5G-enabled devices on the market so far. The Galaxy A90 5G, on the other hand, is a considerably cheaper device that brings 5G at a lower price without compromising everything else.

Specs-wise, the device features a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Full HD+ display with an Infinity-U notch design. It includes an in-display fingerprint scanner, too. The device itself is powered by a Snapdragon 855 processor, up to 8GB of RAM, and 128GB of internal storage. There are three cameras on the back (a 48MP main sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide sensor, and a 5MP depth sensor), and a 32MP selfie camera on the front. The device is powered by a 4,500mAh battery that supports 25W Super Fast charging.

So yes, this is basically a high-end phone. Especially when you consider the fact that it also supports Samsung DeX, and it even integrates Microsoft’s Your Phone app as part of Microsoft’s partnership with Samsung.

Samsung’s Galaxy A90 5G will go on sale tomorrow in South Korea, though Samsung isn’t revealing the official price. It is, however, expected to cost around 900,000 Korean won (US$741). Samsung said it’s planning to expand the device to more markets in the future.

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Comments (7)

7 responses to “Samsung’s Galaxy A90 5G Brings 5G for Cheap”

  1. ken_loewen

    Is there true 5G service available in South Korea? I've heard one of the US carriers, upon selling you a 5G phone, will shift you over to a more-pricey 5G plan but doesn't actually have a 5G service available.

  2. bart

    What part is 'for cheap' exactly?

  3. mikes_infl

    I think there are different ideas of what "cheap" is. When an item is in that price range, it may be the lowest available price but still doesn't fit the idea of "cheap". It does have a lot of good specs, though. If DeX starts to be a consistently reliable worker, we may be getting closer yet to real "pocket PC's" for the masses.

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