Samsung Galaxy A91 specs may include Snapdragon 855, 45W fast charging

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Samsung Galaxy A90

Samsung launched the Galaxy A90 5G in early September, and it was around that time that we started hearing rumours about the Galaxy A91 as well. The Galaxy A91 is expected to succeed or offer slightly better features than the A90. If you’re curious to know what the Galaxy A91 will be packing, a new report by SamMobile reveals key specifications about the smartphone, which includes a Snapdragon 855 SoC and 45W fast charging.

The Galaxy A90 is powered by a Snapdragon 855 chipset, so it isn’t surprising to hear that the Galaxy A91 will feature the same SoC. That being said, Samsung could have opted for a Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset to make the Galaxy A91 stand out, especially since it is not expected to launch until early 2020. SamMobile adds that the Galaxy A91 will come with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage with support for microSD card (up to 512GB).

Samsung Galaxy A91 will reportedly feature a 6.7-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED Infinity-U display much like the A90. It is also said to come with a 48MP primary camera like its predecessor. However, the ultra wide-angle lens will include a 12MP sensor rather than an 8MP sensor. The triple camera setup will also include a 5MP depth sensor. On the front, the Galaxy A91 may get a 32MP selfie camera.

The report claims that the Galaxy A91 will feature the same 4,500mAh battery as the A90. However, fast charging support will be bumped up to 45W from 25W. This keeps in line with past reports that also suggested a 45W fast charging support for the Galaxy A91. It is clear, however, if Samsung will include a 45W charger with the box or whether it plans to sell it separately like it does for the Galaxy Note 10+.

Galaxy A91 is also said to ship with Android 10, which suggests the phone may launch only after the Galaxy S11 early next year. As of now, it is unclear when Samsung plans to release the Galaxy A91. Some reports claim it could happen by the end of this year, while most others expect the phone to be part of the 2020 Galaxy A lineup.

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