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Samsung Galaxy A90 “notchless infinity screen” might have pop-up cam

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Samsung’s own website just leaked a few things (via GalaxyClub). The most significant piece of info is that Samsung plans to release another entry in its Galaxy A line of mid-range devices: the Samsung Galaxy A90.

The Galaxy A90 would be the upper-most device on the mid-range line, with the Samsung Galaxy A50, Galaxy A40, and Galaxy A30 below it.

According to Samsung’s official site, the Galaxy A90 will also feature a “notchless infinity screen.”

Now, this could mean a lot of things. It could be that the Samsung Galaxy A90 will be the first device to hit the market with the New Infinity display, which you can see all the way to the right in the image above. If that’s the case, that would mean the selfie camera would be either a pop-up camera like we’ve seen on the Vivo Nex or a camera that lives under the display itself.

Since a truly under-the-display selfie camera would be a feature no other device on the market yet has, it’s much more likely Samsung would use a pop-up camera rather than introduce a brand new feature to its mid-range line.

However, it could be that Samsung doesn’t consider the Infinity-O display — which appears on the Samsung Galaxy S10 — as a notched display. If that’s the case, then the Samsung Galaxy A90 could be the first device outside of the Galaxy S line to feature the punch-hole cutout on the front.

For what it’s worth, both Slashgear and frequent leaker Ice Universe believe the Galaxy A90 will have a pop-up camera. Take that as you will.

What do you think? Is the Samsung Galaxy A90 coming with a pop-up selfie cam, or does Samsung think a punch-hole camera isn’t a notch? Let us know your theories in the comments!

NEXT: Samsung Galaxy A50 review: Samsung’s best mid-ranger in years


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