Samsung Electronics has unveiled a new 5G-enabled midrange smartphone, which the company hopes will enable more people to access 5G.
The new Galaxy A90 5G has been announced ahead of the IFA technology trade show in Berlin, which opens later this week.
Samsung’s Galaxy A Series devices are designed to be lower-cost versions of the company’s flagship Galaxy S and Note devices — with similar features but at a lower price.
The A90 5G has a 6.7-inch display, a triple rear camera system and a 32-megapixel front-facing selfie camera.
Samsung has not yet confirmed pricing for the device, which will go on sale in overseas markets on 4 October. Reports suggest the A90 5G could be priced at around US$700.
The announcement is expected to be the first of many new phones unveiled this week at IFA in Berlin, where fellow tech giants Sony, LG Electronics and Huawei Technologies are all among the exhibitors due to reveal new gadgets.