Samsung, which recently launched is Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 smartphones that are comparatively affordably priced could now be launching an all-new Galaxy A90 phone that is also intensely speculated to be a mid-range handset. Now, new reports state that the purported Galaxy A90 would deviate from the notch-type display pattern.
As per renowned technology tipster going by the Twitter moniker of Ice Universe, the Samsung Galaxy A90 is rumoured to be a handset with notchless display along with featuring a pop-up secondary snapper. The other key technical details are yet to even surface at this juncture.
However, going by the already available information, it seems to be no exaggeration for Samsung to seek incorporation of creative details within its future smartphones; especially, considering how Chinese smartphones have been considered in the Indian scheme of things (smartphones segment) over other brands.
Also, Samsung's recent offerings - the Galaxy M10 and M20 have shown clear signs of bringing back the budget focus of Samsung which of late was primarily used to releasing premium smartphones as far as the Indian smartphone scheme of things is concerned.
Remember that not too long ago Samsung was seemingly the numero-uno choice as far as user preference with respect to purchasing budget smartphones (affordable ones) is concerned.
At this point in time, there has been a spate of rumours that indicate at multiple purported handsets from Samsung apparently to cater to numerous segments of buyers; rather than concentrate only on the premium smartphones vertical. The South Korean smartphone giant’s recent Galaxy M10 seems to be a step in this direction. For the uninitiated, the Galaxy M10 comes with key technical specifications such as: