Samsung Galaxy A91 CAD renders and 360-degree video appear

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It also gives us a sneak peek at what we can expect from the upcoming A-series phones. 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 video gives a glimpse of the rear camera layout as well. Like the upcoming Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 phones, the Galaxy A91 will be also equipped with a display that features a top-center positioned punch-hole. It is likely that Samsung will continue to offer Super AMOLED displays as standard that will come with an in-display fingerprint sensor. It will reportedly feature a 48-megapixel main camera on the back and pack a 4,000mAh battery.

Samsung is gearing up to launch the next flagship Galaxy S11 series smartphones in February next year and along with the new phones the company will most likely launch the successor to Galaxy Buds. Samsung is said to be working on a Galaxy A81 which could come with S-Pen stylus support. The bottom edge of the phone has a USB-C port and a single speaker.

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The Galaxy A91 renders reveal that it has a volume rocker and a power key on its right side.

While we would tell you to take this news with a large grain of salt, but with detailed leak such as this so close to the launch date, we understand that it'd be hard not to believe it.

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