Samsung waded into the 5G fray with its Note 10 range last month, and it looks like the manufacturer already has a second 5G handset lined up for release that's a scooch more affordable.
Rumours of a more affordable 5G handset were floating around a couple of months ago, with the 6.7-inch AMOLED A90 being named as the likely candidate.
Now Twitter leaker Evan Blass has tweeted out what appear to be adverts for the A90 5G including a variety of images and videos. There's a lot of them and they look legit, and while he hasn't shared where he's got them from, he has a proven track record, so it's likely that they're real.
Looking at the adverts, the handset does appear to have triple rear cameras as previously rumoured, as well as the in-display fingerprint sensor, and - from the looks of another gif Blass shared - some form of fast charging.
The images and video don't have any tidbits on a release date so whether we'll see the phone launch this year or not is anyone's guess, but a more affordable 5G handset looks like it's on the way.
Featured image: Evan Blass