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Leaked Samsung Galaxy A90 Renamed Ahead Of Galaxy A-Series Launch Event

Samsung has just announced the Samsung Galaxy A-series event a few hours ago. And as we get closer to the keynote, it seems like Samsung is making some last-minute decisions with the alleged Samsung Galaxy A90. Rumors regarding Samsung’s Galaxy A60 and A90 poured the internet last month, with the Galaxy A60 receiving a more glamorous shot at the leak trends. The Galaxy A90 though, didn’t seem to make it through the Samsung’s HQ as rumors first touted.

The Galaxy A90 would most probably be the highest-end variant of Samsung’s Galaxy A-series lineup, we would speculate that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A-series event is dedicated to the Galaxy A90.

As we get closer to the events, Ice Universe, one the original leakers of the Galaxy A90 has suggested that Samsung has redone the name of the Samsung Galaxy A90. As for what the name has been changed to remains a mystery for now. His tweet reads…

The Galaxy A90 has been renamed, and the new naming is still unknown.

Ice Universe via Twitter

While the last-minute decision definitely seems to be odd, we could speculate what the reasons for such a change may be. As for what we would speculate, it seems like Samsung could have changed the name of the Galaxy A90 given the fact that they may be a much beefier Galaxy A-series device coming down the line later this year. After all, Samsung releases Galaxy A devices all year long, often a few months apart.

Alleged leaks have suggested that the Samsung Galaxy A60 packs a 6.7-inch display, an even beefier processor, a 4500mAh battery and more. And given that the Galaxy A90 would have been better-equipped, we could only imagine what the device would end up as at the Galaxy A-series launch.

As Samsung continues to get aggressive in the mid-range market, with the latest examples being the Galaxy A50 and the Galaxy M30, we can’t wait to see what Samsung has in store for Xiaomi and other OEMs to fear for.

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