Samsung confirms a major Galaxy A90 feature before April 10 event

Samsung has confirmed its Galaxy A90 smartphone looks like it will be its first with a full screen display.

In a post on the A-Series website, the mobile giant revealed the as-yet-unannounced device would feature an exclusive “Notchless Infinity screen”.

The page in question (via Galaxy Club) is a showcase for the recently announced A30 and A50 mid-rangers, but there’s no other reference to the Galaxy A90. Presumably, that means it was published by accident.

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That device is expected to be unveiled at an event on April 10. This week, Samsung posted a teaser for ‘A Galaxy Event’ encouraging interested parties to ‘Enter the era of live.’

What a ‘notchless’ display means is open for interpretation. It could be a punch-hole design similar to the Galaxy S10 range. However, the site in question doesn’t refer to the ‘Infinity O’ display, which sits on the new flagship, just as a Notchless Infinity screen.

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Samsung uses the A-Series phones as something of a testing ground for new features, before they arrive on the flagships. For example, the A8 was the first to offer a punch-hole display, while the A9 offered four rear cameras.

As such, it’s not out of the realms of possibility that we might see a truly notchless display arrive on the A90. All of this would lead us to believe the company may be planning to offer a completely full screen display, without interruption.

Elsewhere, it is thought the device would offer an in-display fingerprint sensor as featured in the A50, while reports have suggested the device will offer up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

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