After a complete renewal of its mid-range with the Galaxy M, Samsung would work hard on the revival of its A range. The most successful model, the Samsung Galaxy A90, could integrate a periscope camera.
The Vivo Nex S camera, for illustration
In early 2019, Samsung finally seems ready to catch up with Chinese manufacturers in the mid-range segment. The Korean manufacturer has recently launched its new Galaxy M range, its first notch smartphones in the mid-range. However, the chaebol does not stop there and is now preparing the revival of the Galaxy A range.
Since the Galaxy Ms have taken the place of the mid-range segment at affordable prices, the new Galaxy A will be able to afford a higher price positioning and more technological innovations. And as such, the future Galaxy A90 could be a showcase of this renewal. We had already learned that the smartphone should integrate a fingerprint reader in the screen, but it seems that Samsung wants to go further.
Why do I say that the A90 is perfect? The answer is that the Galaxy A90 will be Samsung's first pop-up front camera phone, so its screen is perfect, there is no Notch, no Hole. pic.twitter.com/j01WWtPzh8
– Ice universe (@UniverseIce) February 2, 2019
According to information from the leaker Ice Universe, taken by the SamMobile website, "the Galaxy A90 will be the first smartphone of the brand with a periscopic front camera, so its screen will be perfect, without notch or hole". Samsung should resume a system that we have already discovered last year with the Vivo Nex S and a similar design, with particularly fine screen borders.
It is still unclear when will launch the new Samsung Galaxy A range. It should nevertheless be after the announcement of the Galaxy S10, expected by the end of the month. We could therefore find out more in March.