After fueling up the speculations and lots of rumors, Samsung has finally unveiled its very first metallic Galaxy smartphone, the Galaxy Alpha. With sharply curved bezel and a very graceful square metallic body, the Galaxy Alpha definitely has the potential to out-date its rivals.
The Galaxy Alpha flaunts a beautiful 4.7 inches Super AMOLED screen with the resolution of 1280 x 720p. Samsung powered this device up with its very own Exynos 5430 SoC accompanied by Hexa-core Mali-T628 GPU. There’s a 2 GB RAM and the device got 32 GB internal storage while there’s no expandable storage option. At the back, there’s a 12 MP shooter and a 2.1 MP on the front for secondary video shooting. The Galaxy Alpha has occupied some of the features of the Galaxy S5 e.g. fingerprint scanner, ultra power saving mode etc. Atop of these nice specifications, this device runs on Android 4.4.4 KitKat out of the box.
What makes this device unique is, Samsung has built the core of this device with Aluminium and kept the device’s back perforated plastic that makes it a perfect combination of metal and plastic. Galaxy Alpha’s premium look and feel makes it a perfect rival for Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6 and it will definitely give it a tough competition. The device will be available in 5 different colors all across the world (150 countries) by September, 2014 and its expected price is going to be around 599 Euros.
To make the display of this device look even more stupendous, Samsung has put some really nice wallpapers. These wallpapers might increase your appetite once you come across em’. Sammobile has managed to extract the official wallpapers of the Galaxy Alpha and has made them available for download. Just go through the wallpapers and pick up your favorite or download using the all in one package linked below.
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