Renders show design of Samsung Galaxy A91

Renders have been made of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A91 smartphone. The device has a small camera hole in the middle of the screen and a large ‘camera island’ at the back. The design therefore resembles that of the S11 models.

The renders are at 91mobiles and are provided by @OnLeaks. The latter is known for creating renders based on CAD files. The device shown may be marketed under several names. In some parts of the world it could be the Galaxy S10 Lite.

The design shown partly corresponds to the renders of the Galaxy S11 models that appeared in recent weeks. The Galaxy A91 probably has a flat screen in contrast to the more expensive models. All S11 variants get curved screen edges.

There is a camera island at the back, but according to the makers of the renders it is not yet clear whether the device will have three or four cameras. The primary camera is believed to be 48-megapixel and a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera is also expected, along with a 5-megapixel sensor with a telephoto lens. The front camera would have a 32-megapixel resolution.

The Galaxy A91 has dimensions of 162.4×75.6×8.1mm and the screen is said to be a 6.7″ OLED with a full HD+ resolution. Information about the device has already been released. SamMobile already had a copy in October. and says it has a Snapdragon 855-soc, with 8GB of ram and 128GB of flash storage.The Android device is said to have a 4500mAh battery and 45W fast charging.

The device will probably be released next year, although it seems that Samsung will announce devices in the A series for 2020 on December 12. Several models will be released in that series. Renders of the Galaxy A51 have already appeared. The Galaxy A91 will be the most expensive model in Samsung’s series of midrange phones.