Samsung Galaxy A91 Renders Leaked a 360-Video Plus News About Its Design

Samsung released its enhanced version of the Galaxy A series a few months ago and has brought a complete pack of smartphones to the new entrants. Samsung Galaxy A91 has been unveiled in a 360-video, and some photos have appeared exposing its full design.

Currently, the Samsung Company is supposed to release the Galaxy Note 10 Lite, the Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy A51, alongside the Galaxy A91.

91Mobiles revealed the leaked renders and the 360-degree video of the smartphone in partnership with @Onleaks. It shows a similar design to the Galaxy Note 10 and is sporting a large display with a punch-hole for the selfie camera present at the center-top.

The device appears to have a curved-glass back, and the camera setup is positioned within a square-shaped part possible to arrive, too, with a triple/quad cameras system. The Galaxy A91 is also similar to Galaxy S11, with a little difference in the design aspect seen in the 360-degree video and the images, as well.

Samsung Galaxy A91 Renders Leaked a 360-Video Plus News About Its Design

For example, one of the photos indicates a triple-lens feature, while the other shows a possible quad-camera.

It remains unknown, however, how many rear-camera sensors would Galaxy A91 bring. The images indicate the installation of volume rocker keys and a power button positioned on the right panel. Moreover, the USB Type-C port was set beside the speaker grille at the bottom. It seems that we won’t have a 3.5mm headphone jack, and there is no sight of the fingerprint scanner.

Such details indicate an in-display fingerprint sensor could be introduced for biometric authorization.

Other reports have fueled the rumors of a 45W fast charging and a 4.500mAh battery. Right now, we have many sources that speculate about what Samsung will bring for its upcoming Samsung Galaxy A91. Until more details, we have to wait for some official statements, as well.

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