Photos and specs of the unannounced Samsung Galaxy Alpha have been leaked online. Check out here what these leaks indicate about the upcoming flagship smartphone from Samsung.
Over the past few months, we’ve have been hearing rumors about Samsung working on a new flagship smartphone called Galaxy Alpha. It is claimed to be one of the high-end devices to be released by the Korean giant in 2014. So far, there was little evidence to confirm the existence of the device, but now SamMobile (Samsung community blog) and Tinhte (a Vietnamese website), have published some exclusive pictures and specifications of Galaxy Alpha. These leaked photos reveal that the upcoming flagship device will come with a shiny metal (Aluminum) based frame exuding a premium finish.
Now coming to the specifications list, the new Galaxy Alpha device is expected to feature a 4.7-inch 720p HD display, a new Exynos processor (with 150 Mbps LTE radios), fingerprint scanner, heart-rate sensor, nano-SIM slot, 32 GB of internal storage, 2 GB of RAM, 13 MP rear camera, 2 MP front snapper, and Android 4.4.4 OS. Some key features like screen resolution and battery capacity are still a mystery. Nevertheless, with such an impressive list of specs, the device is expected to give a tough competition to Apple’s upcoming flagship device, iPhone 6.
As of now, Samsung has not revealed anything about this new device officially, but according to a Korean media report, Galaxy Alpha will see a limited release. And if rumors are to be believed then Galaxy Alpha will be officially unveiled in the month of August 2014.