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Samsung accidentally references the A91 on its new 45W charger page

A Samsung Galaxy A90 render. (Source: GSMArena)
A Samsung Galaxy A90 render. (Source: GSMArena)
Samsung may have divulged the existence of a heretofore unreleased phone, the A91. It is included in a list of phones that work with the OEM's new 45W charger, alongside the Galaxy Note 10+. This phone may be an additional variant, or next generation of, the Galaxy A90.

Some evidence of Samsung having leaked one of its own future mobile devices has emerged. It comes in the form of phones listed as compatible with the company's new 45 watt (W) charger. It seems they are the Galaxy Note 10+, Galaxy Note 10+ 5G, and the "A91". As a Galaxy A90 is already in the works, it is plausible that its sucessor may have a name like this.

It is also possible that this "Galaxy A91" conforms to 1 of 2 model names that have also been leaked through additional sources recently. They are the SM-A908 and SM-A905, which are linked to the same 6.7-inch display and differing triple camera set-ups.

The "compatibility" section of the new charging brick, originally spotted by a Twitter user on the Hungarian version of the Samsung website, also gives us some more details on this new accessory. It also has a 25W charge setting, which can be used by an additional range of Galaxy-series devices. These are the Note 10, the S10 5G, the A90 5G, the A80, the A70, and the freshly-launched Book S notebook.

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The compatibility section of the Hungarian Samsung 45W charger page. (Source: Samsung)
The compatibility section of the Hungarian Samsung 45W charger page. (Source: Samsung)
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Deirdre O Donnell, 2019-08-26 (Update: 2019-08-26)