After being in the rumors for a very long time with high speculations and expectations, the Galaxy Alpha finally goes official today. Galaxy Alpha is Samsung’s very first metallic smartphone having some top notch specifications on board and probably is Samsung’s answer to the critics. A plethora of rumors and leaked pictures turns out to be true as the official pictures and specifications match some of those.
To have a start, Samsung has used a 4.7 inches Super AMOLED screen on this device. Earlier it was expected that the Galaxy Alpha will sport a QHD screen, but unfortunately Samsung has kept it on Super AMOLED. The device is powered up with Samsung’s very own Exynos Octa Core CPU. There’s a 2GB RAM and the internal storage is 32 GB. The Galaxy Alpha has a 12 MP primary shooter whereas the secondary shooter is 2.1 MP. There’s an 1860 mAh battery placed under the hood to add life to the Galaxy Alpha. Out of the box, this device will run on Android 4.4.4 KitKat and packs up some features from the Galaxy S5 e.g the Ultra Power Saving Mode and some more.
What keeps this device atop for now is its metallic build packed up in only 6.7mm while this device weighs at only 115g. Initially the device will be available as LTE-A variant and in five different colors including black, white, gold, blue and silver. The Galaxy Alpha will sequentially make its way to 150 countries by September, 2014.
Go through the official pictures and let us know about your views regarding the Samsung Galaxy Alpha.