Galaxy A91 Leaked renders shows a square-shaped rear camera and 45W fast charging support

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Galaxy A91
Galaxy A91

The Korean tech giant “Samsung” is packing its bag for the next smartphone. Recently a reander came across the internet giving us a hint about the upcoming Galaxy A91. The initial rumours and leaks suggest that the device could have a similar design like the Galaxy Note 10. The smartphone appears to have a hole-punch display with a square-shaped camera module at the back.

The rendered video came from OnLeaks, shows the complete design of the smartphone from all sides. Design-wise, it looks similar to the upcoming Galaxy S11 but it is too early to say anything. It is also rumoured that this phone would launch in some markets as the Galaxy S10 Lite. However, all the recently launched Samsung’s A-series smartphones also came with its Lite variants be it A70, A50 or the A30 with their respective A70s, A50s and the A30s Lite variants. So can we assume we can see the Galaxy A91s in the future?

Galaxy A91
Galaxy A91

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Galaxy A91 Rumoured Specs

According to the rumours, the device may feature a 6.7-inch Full HD+ display with a resolution of 1080×2400 pixels. The phone is said to be powered by the Snapdragon 855 SoC, coupled with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage and may run on Android 10. To keep the lights up the device could pack a 4,500mAh battery with 45Wfast charging support. Well, to remind you of the latest Note series is the company’s first device to support 45W super-fast charging 2.0 tech.

Galaxy A91
Galaxy A91

In the camera department as mentioned earlier the device could launch with a rear-quad “Square-shaped” camera module. To make you feel familiar with the square-shaped camera I would like to mention here that the Galaxy M30s is also equipped with the same camera module. To make all the selfie lovers happy it could have a 32 MP front camera. It is said that the on the variants may support 5G connectivity.

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