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Samsung Galaxy A91: a 45W fast charging from the mid-range
Samsung Galaxy A91

Samsung is already talking about the Galaxy A91 and its features even though the Galaxy A90 has not yet been released. The smartphone indeed announced among the models compatible with the 45W fast charging, an advantage that only the Galaxy Note 10 currently enjoys in the catalog of the manufacturer.

Samsung wants to raise the bar even higher with its Galaxy A for the mid-range models. The Galaxy A91 expected for next year and already marks the announcement among smartphones compatible with the ultra-fast charging of 45 W, like the Galaxy Note 10. The information published on the Hungarian Samsung’s official website. The page in question provides other information, including the Galaxy A90.

Galaxy A91: 45W fast charging confirmed by Samsung

We explained in a previous article that the Galaxy A90 will be in 5G version. This feature is also confirmed by Samsung’s release as an A90 5G model is listed as a smartphone compatible with the 25W fast charging. 25W allows Note 10 to charge in an hour and 10 minutes fully. The Note 10 comes with a 25W charger, even if it is compatible with charging at 45W.

Moreover, the Galaxy A90 has a Snapdragon 855 processor. This would be the first time a smartphone in this range has incorporated Qualcomm’s latest high-end SoC. This would reduce the interval between the Galaxy’s A and S series. Finally, concerning the A91, the SamMobile website states that it would be equipped with a quadruple photosensor “the Isocel Broight HMX 108 MP sensor”.

It will have a 16MP wide-angle lens, a 12MP telephoto lens with 5x optical zoom and a ToF sensor. No further information on the model is available at this time.

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The Galaxy A91 and the Galaxy A90 5G will be probably available around October.

Source: Samsung, SamMobile

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