The company's most prestigious smartphone is once again exposed in a different design - but still with a mechanical mechanism that will turn the main camera into a SLF camera when necessary
Mechanical mechanisms look like the next significant development in our smartphones, not only in flexible and folding screens that will offer a larger display than their total parts, but also in "more traditional" attempts to compress a display panel at maximum size Unlocked Environment.
Samsung has already announced an innovative concept for integrating the Salafi cameras of the smartphones under the display panel, similar to what is happening with the biometric sensors, but until this futuristic technology is cooked, the solution may be a rotating mechanical image system that will use both the back and the front of the product - Upon debut,Galaxy A90.
We have heard about the concept a few months ago, although only now does the web come up with an unofficial documentation that shows what it means - the rear camera will move upwards when necessary, similar to the slider mechanisms we saw in several advanced models last year, Which was exposed above the screen due to a minor secondary motor. It's sophisticated, it's complicated - and it's definitely not like anything else we've seen in the market lately.
The Galaxy A90 may provide consumers with an 6.7 Super AMOLED screen with 2,400 × 1,080 resolution (similar to the Galaxy A70) chip Snapdragon 712, dynamic memory of 6GB or 8GB with volume storage Built-in 128GB or 256GB, Fingerprint scanner Under the screen, an 3,700mAh battery with fast 25 watts and a photographic array made up of a main 48 megapixel unit, a wide-angle 8 megapixel camera and a depth sensor - which can provide the best selfi photographs in the category, at least on paper.
God-Galaxy A90 may be officially unveiled within a few days, at an event planned by the Korean giant 10 in April - we certainly hope to get more details about this special concept, which can become a solution that will eliminate the controversial screen flaws.
At the same time, in India, the Galaxy A20 was launched, which apparently brings us closer to completing the Galaxy A all year round. This is a fairly interesting budget model that includes a Super AMOLED screen of 1,560 × 720 pixels of a diagonal size of 6.4, chip Exynos 7884 octagonal, 3GB RAM, internal 32GB storage and built-in 4,000mAh battery, all at a price equivalent to 180 dollars. How much cheaper than what-Galaxy A30 is it possible to be, if and when it reaches us? We will live and see before we make the verdict.