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Samsung Galaxy A91 with 6.67-inch display heading to India, 5G variant also in works!

It’s pretty clear now, the Galaxy A91 is coming to India later this year. Two days ago, Samsung accidentally listed the handset on its official website under its 45W charger compatibility.

By the looks of it, the Galaxy A91 will be a budget flagship device which will sit below its higher-end Galaxy S and Galaxy Note models. Interestingly, famous leakster, Ishan Agarwal, also posted details of the Chinese, Korean, and European 5G variant of the A90.

The Galaxy A91, which has a model number SM-A915G, will come with 6.67-inch display. While further details of the device is still scarce, it should come with Black and White shades. Droid Shout also said that the base model for the Galaxy A91 will pack a 128GB of expandable storage. While the pricing ranges between Rs 30,000 and Rs 35,000.

The 5G variant, the Galaxy A90 5G, will carry a model number SM-A908B/N/0. It will sport the same display size as the Galaxy A91, with the only difference is the inclusion of the 5G cellular modem. While no exact date has been revealed yet, Droid Shout said that the A90 5G will only be available for China, Korea, and Europe. However, expected launch date will be at the end of next month, or early October.

Furthermore, the Galaxy A90 5G will only support 25W fast charging, while the Galaxy A91 will benefit from the 45W fast charging performance. The Galaxy A90 5G, however, is expected to come with Snapdragon 855 SoC. Courtesy of its 5G moniker.

Moreover, both the devices will sport a triple camera setup, with the Galaxy A90 5G going for 48MP for primary sensor. As for the Galaxy A91, well, leaks suggest that it could be the first Samsung handset to implement its in-house 108MP camera sensor.

Source: Droid Shout

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