Samsung has an event lined up today at Bangkok, Sao Paulo, and Milan, and this event is hugely expected to witness the unveiling of the Galaxy A90. There could also be the global launch of the recently showcased Galaxy A70 and Galaxy A40 smartphones. AT this juncture, it is worth noting that rumour mills have also been rife about the Galaxy A90 launching with the nomenclature of Galaxy A80.
Nonetheless, it is worth noting that the Samsung event today could also be watched from India, from 5:30 PM IST, by checking out the official Samsung Newsroom along with the company’s official Twitter handle. Also, gauging the current situation, it is also imminently worth believing that there would be at least a couple of Galaxy A smartphones unveiled at today’s event.
The Galaxy A90, that is also rumoured to be called the Galaxy A80, is speculated to offer mid-range technical specifications along with a matching (to its technical specifications) price tag. Other technical aspects that are rumoured at this point in time are the fact that there would be a 48MP primary camera adorning the rear of the purported Galaxy A phone.
This rear camera is also speculated to be a rotating one to potentially convert to a front snapper to enable capturing of selfies. These appear impressive on paper, but their actual coming would depend on today’s Samsung event. Hence, do tune in.
Other key technical specifications of the purported Galaxy A90 include the likes of a 6.7-inch display and a battery that supports wireless charging. These are unofficial at this point in time and rumoured by tipsters; hence, today’s Samsung event becomes seemingly worth checking out. Do let us know what you expect from Samsung today, we think that another mid-range Galaxy A smartphone makes sense especially considering the fact that a large number of Chinese smartphone brands such as Oppo, Vivo, Xiaomi, and OnePlus have made rapid inroads into India and a multitude of their devices have turned out to be seemingly popular. It is worth noting that Samsung was also a market leader in India not too long ago.