Samsung is already working on new Galaxy A series smartphones, and we're not talking about "s" variations, although quite a few of those have recently been made official too (and more are on the way). The 2020 A family will comprise of handsets with names ending in "1", and the highest-end of the bunch will be the Galaxy A91, unsurprisingly.
Earlier this month we found out that this beast would sport a 108 MP main rear camera sensor, flanked by a 16 MP ultrawide and a 12 MP telephoto with 5x optical zoom, as well as a 3D ToF camera. Now according to Samsung itself we get another tidbit about the A91: it will support 45W fast wired charging, joining the Galaxy Note10+ and Note10+ 5G in this select group.
This information comes straight from a listing on the Samsung Hungary website. It has also confirmed the existence in the near future of a Galaxy A90 5G, which has long been rumored. This model will only get support for 25W wired charging, though. The A90 5G should be Samsung's more affordable 5G offering - not cheap per se, just cheaper than the flagships' 5G versions.