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Samsung Working on Innovative Sliding and Rotating Camera System for Mid-Rangers 

Now that the Galaxy S10 is official, Samsung could focus more on its other devices as well, and next in line to come with major improvements appears to be the eagerly-anticipated A90.

Now that the Galaxy S10 is official, Samsung could focus more on its other devices as well, and next in line to come with major improvements appears to be the eagerly-anticipated A90.

As part of Samsung’s efforts to bring premium technology to its mid-range models, the company could innovate once again with a completely new camera system.

According to information published by reliable leakster @OnLeaks, the Samsung Galaxy A90 might use a new camera design that features a sliding and rotating system.

Technically, this would make it possible for Samsung to use the same unit as both rear and front-facing camera, eventually improving the quality of the selfies and video calls significantly.

“According to new and yet unconfirmed but seemingly reliable source, #Samsung #GalaxyA90 will come with a sliding and rotating camera system (kinda mix between Oppo Find X and Oppo N1 systems) which allows the camera to be used as front and rear camera depending its position...” OnLeaks tweeted.Possibly coming to other modelsNeedless to say, this could also help Samsung avoid using a notch on the device. Despite turning to a notch on a few models, the South Korean firm is looking into all kinds of alternatives in order to skip this approach, especially because it made fun of it on several occasions in ads aimed at rival Apple.

While Samsung has until now remained completely tight-lipped on everything related to the A90, the device will almost certainly introduce a new approach for the camera system. The same idea could then be borrowed for other models in Samsung’s lineup, though it will most likely be used on mid-rangers exclusively.

This helps Samsung delay the use of the more expensive Infinity O displays on cheaper products, technically being able to keep the price at a lower level on devices that aren’t supposed to be expensive by any means.
 
 
 

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