The latest Samsung Galaxy A91 renders hint at a whole mess of cameras and central punch-hole
The Galaxy A91 is one of many devices that may launch on December 12, 2019 as Samsung unveils its budget smartphone range for 2020. With new 3D renders from OnLeaks, this theory now has a little more weight.
The new leak, presented in collaboration with 91Mobiles, may seem a little familiar to those who also follow the rumors surrounding the Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51. However, the specs implied by these new images may help enthusiasts forgive the apparent monotony in their looks.
In other words, the new Galaxy A91 renders show a combination of the punch-hole display, back-curved rear panel and rectangular rear camera housing also exhibited in some other Ax1 series leaks. However, unlike those for the A51, there is no headphone jack in evidence here.
They also suggest that the A90's successor may have four main cameras, one of which may be a periscope lens, judging by its almost-square appearance. Unlike previous 2020 A-series renders, the rest of the rear cameras are different sizes, which makes their conformation much less regular than that of, say, the putative Galaxy A51.
Currently, not much is known about the Galaxy A91's internals. However, it is projected to that it may match the upcoming Galaxy S10 Lite in these terms. This phone is thought to have a 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED front panel, a flagship processor and a 4500mAh battery.