Samsung Working on its First Smartphone with a Pop-Up Selfie Camera

In the recent few years, smartphone companies have been more focused on improving the camera department in their smartphones. In 2018, Vivo took the camera game a step ahead by introducing the world’s first pop-up camera smartphone.  According to the latest reports, it looks like Samsung is also going to jump onto the bandwagon of pop-up camera smartphones. A few renders on trending leaks have confirmed that Samsung Galaxy A90 will feature a pop-up selfie camera.

Unlike notched or punch hole display mobile phones, pop-up camera smartphones offer a screen-to-body ratio. Even Samsung’s flagship S10 series will come with a punch hole display. So, it will be interesting to see if Galaxy A90 will have a better screen-to-body ratio compared to the Samsung Galaxy S10.

Samsung Galaxy A90 with Pop-Up Selfie Camera in Works

Samsung Galaxy A90: Renders

Two renders of the smartphone have been seen online. In one render, the pop-up camera is placed in the centre of the phone’s display. On the other hand, the second render features the pop-up camera on the left side of the phone’s display. As of now, the placement of the pop-up selfie camera has not been confirmed.

Moreover, despite the body-to-screen ratio, the render reveals a lower bezel. However, the bezel is not too thick. Additionally, another feature that the renders reveal is the fingerprint scanner placed under the display. Samsung had confirmed that its A-series devices in 2019 will be in display fingerprint scanner mobile phones.

Coming to the rear panel, the render reveals a triple camera setup placed exactly in the centre of the smartphone. The triple camera setup is also backed by an LED flash module. Furthermore, in these renders, the Samsung Galaxy A90 is seen in a gradient purple colour variant. However, we can expect Gold, Silver and Black colour variants on the actual product.

Also, as of now, there is no news or confirmation as to the expected launch date of this smartphone. But, we can expect news revolving the launch date and further specifications to appear online in the coming months.


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