You can already download the Galaxy A90 5G wallpapers

Samsung is going to launch a new smartphone in the near future and we have already obtained its wallpapers. You can download the Galaxy A90 5G wallpapers now as we wait for Samsung to officially launch its first 5G-enabled Galaxy A device.

We have tracked the development of this device over the past few months. It's shaping up to be quite the feature-packed premium mid-range device. While press renders haven't been leaked yet, a latest leak also shows us what this device is going to look like. The wallpapers here back up the device image seen in the leak.

Download Galaxy A90 5G wallpapers

An image of the Galaxy A90 5G retail box was leaked online today and its specs were also revealed. It features a Full HD+ display, likely a 6.7-inch panel, with a 32-megapixel front camera. It will also feature a 48MP + 5MP + 8MP triple camera system at the back. One of the wallpapers that we have obtained matches exactly with the one seen on the device's retail box.

Earlier reports had suggested that it would perhaps be a sliding and rotating camera mechanism like the Galaxy A80. That no longer appears to be the case. The handset will ship with 128GB of internal storage and 6GB of RAM. The box only mentions an "octacore processor" but benchmarks suggest that it may be the Snapdragon 855 coupled with Qualcomm's X50 5G modem.

The Galaxy A90 5G wallpapers that we have obtained include some with Disney characters as well. It goes to show that Samsung's partnership with Disney for wallpapers is even extending to its premium mid-range devices.

It won't be long now before Samsung officially announces the Galaxy A90 5G. The device will be offered in markets where 5G networks have gone live. There's no word on the pricing as yet. Given its specs, it may cost a pretty penny.

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