The Samsung Galaxy A90 might feature a pop-out camera that also rotates

The Samsung Galaxy A90 might feature a pop-out camera that also rotates
Samsung recently announced an updated Galaxy A-series led by the Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50. Eventually, these will be accompanied by the budget Galaxy A10, a variety of other models, and the premium Galaxy A90 which, according to one tipster, could sport a unique camera setup.

Rather than including the usual front and rear-facing camera setups, Steve Hemmerstoffer believes the Galaxy A90 will follow in the Oppo Find X’s footsteps by adopting a pop-out camera. However, this one has a bit of a twist, quite literally.

As many of you may know, the Oppo Find X’s pop-out module features a single front-facing camera and two rear cameras. But rather than implementing this setup, the Galaxy A90 will reportedly include only rear-facing sensors. The reason being that, according to the source, the pop-out module can also rotate, thus allowing the rear-facing cameras to be used for selfies.

Unfortunately, very little is known about the actual sensors at the moment. Nevertheless, the implementation of a pop-out camera system does suggest that this smartphone will offer a bezel-less design.

The Samsung Galaxy A90 will probably be announced sometime next quarter. The internal components remain a mystery at the moment but the smartphone should sit just below the Galaxy S10e in terms of pricing. As a result, pretty impressive performance is to be expected.

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2 Comments

1. antroid

Posts: 361; Member since: Jan 24, 2018

It will be interesting to see reviews of this model, although I'm not sure if this approach would be better than other options that we had so far

2. Cicero

Posts: 1101; Member since: Jan 22, 2014

Better than any kind of notches. Wait and see.

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