Samsung Reportedly Launching Galaxy A 2020 Series On 12 December

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Samsung will unveil the first members of the Galaxy A (2020) series on December 12. In fact, from what we can tell here, the Samsung Galaxy A91 looks very far removed from the Galaxy A90 that we're wondering why it would even have the A91 name. The initial leak is essentially an ad poster written in Vietnamese; it features the alleged Galaxy A smartphone sporting what appears to an all-screen display with a punch hole selfie camera right positioned right at the middle of its forehead. The camera module on the back of the device is almost identical to the one on the S11 series and the centered punch-hole camera on the front is lifted right from the Galaxy Note 10 (and will also likely be on the S11 series). The display of the phone is flat, and it seems to be embedded with a fingerprint reader.

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According to a tweet by noted tipster Evan Blass, the upcoming wireless earphones from Samsung are going to be called Galaxy Buds+. Rumors also hint that the rear camera module will have an L-shaped array. There are also rumours of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855-powered Galaxy A91. The bottom edge of the phone has a USB-C port and a single speaker. The handset measures 162.4 x 75.6 x 8.1mm. The renders don't show the presence of a 3.5mm audio jack.

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