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Samsung confirms Notchless Infinity screen on the Galaxy A90



It looks like companies like to reveal details about their upcoming devices. Recently, Huawei accidentally made the page for the P30, and P30 Pro live on its website that gave us a pretty good look at the design. Now, Samsung confirmed that the upcoming Galaxy A90 would have a Notchless Infinity Display. If you don’t know, Samsung Galaxy A90 is coming with a pop-up camera module that contains not only the front camera but also the rear camera(s).

Now, there are also sources that claim A90 is having a rotating mechanism so that there is a single camera setup, but it’s used for both normal photos as well as the selfies. There could be a 48 Megapixel camera on the phone like many phones launching this year.

On the official site, Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy A90 is the only phone among the upcoming ‘A’ series phones that has a Notchless Infinity Display. This means there is no cutout or notch. Also, there is no punch-hole display since the phone has a pop-up mechanism for the camera(s).

Now, there are rumors that Samsung would launch the phone has the Galaxy A80. So, that’s something which is not confirmed yet since the official website suggests the name to be Samsung Galaxy A90. Maybe the company launches the phone with a different name in other markets.

The launch is most probably happening on April 10th as the company has already announced that new ‘A’ series phones will be launched on that day.


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