Samsung Galaxy A91 to Launch with Snapdragon 855, 45W Fast Charging

Yolanda Curtis
October 13, 2019

The Galaxy Tab S6, which has been optimised for faster, powerful productivity and enriched entertainment experience is available for Rs 59,999.

All three products will be available from October 11 via Samsung e-shop, online platforms, offline stores and Samsung Opera House.

Like the Galaxy A90, Samsung's upcoming Galaxy A91 will feature a 6.7-inch Full HD+ Infinity-U display and will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.


Another first for the device is the six cameras that the device offers including two 10 MP cameras, a 16MP Ultra Wide Camera, a 12 MP Wide-angle camera, a 12 MP Telephoto camera and a 8MP RGB camera. For selfies, the device will feature a 31MP front snapper having an aperture of f/2.2.

Galaxy Watch 4G is the first smartwatch from Samsung with eSIM support in India.

Galaxy Fold has dual battery system (4380mAh typical dual battery) and is also capable of charging itself and a second device simultaneously via "Wireless PowerShare". Most importantly, the tablet comes with a Bluetooth S-Pen, which can be recharged magnetically. Users will be able to make and receive calls on the Galaxy Watch 4G with eSIM compatibility. The eSIM will work with Airtel and Jio and will mirror the user's phone number.


Galaxy Watch Active2 doesn't have eSIM support but it comes packed with fitness features.

With advanced wellness features and fitness tracking, it aims to help users achieve health goals as well as answer calls, respond to text messages, use Global Positioning System mapping, stream music and more, all from the wrist. The smart watch can track over 39 workouts including running, walking, cycling, rowing machine and elliptical machine. The Galaxy Watch Active 2 will start at Rs 31,990 for the stainless steel version, and Rs 26,990 for the aluminium version. Galaxy Watch Active2 also comes wih the upgraded rotating touch bezel and One UI.


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