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There can be more than one reason:
The battery can't be charged anymore, because it is defect.
The cable you use is defect
The charger you use is defect
One or more contacts are dirty or oxidised
Carefully check all contacts on the battery, in the camera the battery compartment but also the USB slot, where the charge cable goes in. The contacts should be clean and shiny. No contact should be bent. Cleaning with a dry cloth or cotton swab.
If the cable to charge is defect it is more difficult to detect. Only when you have another apparatus that can be connecter with the same cable, you could check if your cable is still in working order.
The charging source can be defect.
If it is a charger, you plug in a wall socket, check if you can use it to charge something else. If you put it in a PC, also check if that USB port can deliver 5 volt with enough current.
I do have a little gadget, from the beginning of USB and LED lights. An USB plug with a small cord and a LED light on the end of it.
You could use it as a reading light on a laptop. But it showed very helpful to show if a charger or a USB plug on a computer still is delivering 5 Volts.
Try removing the battery ONLY for about 5mins. Then reinsert the battery and see if it powers on.
If that fails, remove the battery AND Media Card for 5mins. Reinsert battery first...power on. Then SD card.
If neither of those work, check charger to see if it is working. If there is an LED light on the actual charger, this should light up. If there isn't, then the charger should at least be warm after say, 30mins of charging. If it is still cold, you may need to replace the charger.
The Samsung ES90 only has about 37MB of built-in memory. The state of the battery has no effect on this. If you want to take more photos then you can either make them smaller, or better yet, add a memory card.