The new Samsung Galaxy A90 render is dope and close to reality


Samsung is deploying a hurricane in the market with its new range of Galaxy A-Series devices. The company is all set to launch a slew of devices in coming day on April 10. One among the batch which we all have been eagerly waiting for is the Galaxy A90. The device is worth the attention cause it’s supposedly Samsung’s first device to come up with the sliding camera mechanism. In case if you’re wondering how Samsung would implement it, then the newly out render should satisfy your appetite.

The new Galaxy A90 render, courtesy to a tipster Waqar Ahmed, flaunts the plausible design to its full extent. We must say, the device looks dope in the CAD render, with full-screen display and a complicated slider mechanism. At first glance, it’s more or less an OPPO Find-X like motorized mechanism, but with added spice.

Nonetheless, Samsung has a long history of doing crazy things, and that’s what people like about the Korean-Giant. The render depicts a design in which there are two moving parts – a slider for popping the camera modules out, while a rotary setup such that the camera module can be used as both front and rear facing. Isn’t cool?

While nothing definite about the device specs have surfaced so far, it’s expected to sit right behind the Galaxy S10e in value hierarchy of 2019 Samsung devices. So, the device might cost a lot, and with such complicated internals, it’s obvious. What do you guys think about the render? Do let us know down in the comments.

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