It does look as though there will be no end when it comes to leaks concerning the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, and on the right you will see yet another image of the upcoming smartphone. In fact, it has been accompanied with whispers of a possible September release date, which frankly speaking, is not too far away, alongside a possible street price tag that hovers in the region of 500 Euros (or $670 after conversion) as an unsubsidized handset.
The very same party that made available the image on the right also pointed out that the upcoming Galaxy Alpha’s side and frame will be made out of metal, whereas the removable back portion would continue to look like that of the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S5 mini, which would feature a perforated look and feel.
Other than that, the 4.7″ Super AMOLED HD display panel seems to be a given, where it will run on either an Exynos 5433 or Snapdragon 805 processor (which will be market dependent), 2GB RAM, has a 12MP camera at the back, with a choice of either 32GB of 64GB of internal storage space. Not only that, the Galaxy Alpha allegedly sports heart rate and fingerprint sensors, which ought to make this a rather interesting addition to the smartphone family.
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