Earlier this month, Samsung had announced the Galaxy Alpha Android smartphone. What made the Galaxy Alpha stand out from the rest of the Galaxy smartphone is its use of metal which was finally Samsung’s way of responding to the demands of their customers. However the Galaxy Alpha does not exactly pack the most impressive specs, which is odd since we would have thought Samsung would have gone all out for its metal phone.
However it could be that they did not want to overshadow the Galaxy S5 or the upcoming Galaxy Note 4, but according to the folks at SamMobile, it seems that the Galaxy Alpha is not a one-time thing and that Samsung could have more A-series handsets in the works. They have learnt from their sources that there are several A-series handset in the works, such as the SM-A300, A500, and the A700.
The exact specs of the handsets remain unknown for now, but possible screen resolutions have been revealed for the A300 and A500 at 960×540 and 1280×720 respectively. No word on the A700 but here’s hoping we can look forward to a Full HD display at least. The A-series handsets are also expected to retain the metal construction found on the Galaxy Alpha.
SamMobile’s sources go on to state that the handsets should be announced later this year, although with IFA 2014 coming up, perhaps there is a good chance Samsung might announce something then, but until we hear otherwise be sure to take it with a grain of salt for now.
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