Samsung Galaxy A90 receives NRRA approval

The Samsung Galaxy A90 5G has received certification from the Korea National Radio Research Agency (NRRA), which means we are set to see yet another power-packed Galaxy smartphone before the year runs out.

Samsung new A-series smartphones have gained traction in pretty much every segment of the smartphone market. From the low-end A10e to the upcoming A90, chances are the company has at least one smartphone that suits your budget.

As per Sammobile, the A90 5G is set to be the company’s affordable 5G device yet, but it’d still burn a hole in your pocket. According to leaks, the device will have Snapdragon 955 chipset, 6GB of RAM, 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display of FHD+ resolution, triple-camera setup with Tilt OIS, and a huge 4,500mAh battery with 45W fast charging support.

Early reports suggested that Samsung could introduce a pop-up camera system in the A90 5G, but the company escalated the release and rolled it out in the A80 itself. We don’t have a tentative release date yet, but considering the fact that the phone has already been approved by Bluetooth SIG and the Wi-Fi Alliance, it shouldn’t take long for the device to hit the shelves.

The smartphone carries model number SM-A908N in Korea, while the global version is expected to be dubbed as SM-A908B.

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