galaxy-alpha-a5-a3Samsung continues to be on a roll where new smartphones are concerned, and their work in catering to the wide range of users out there in the market continues. In fact, while we have seen a fair bit of both the Samsung Galaxy Alpha A5 as well as the Galaxy Alpha A3 in terms of rumors recently, here is something else altogether – both siblings from the same family that have appeared in an unofficial photo over in Mexico. These two new and upcoming smartphones do seem as though they will prioritize build over features, which could explain the reason behind the more premium aluminum unibody design as opposed to the more “normal” plastic body.

In the photo above, the Samsung Galaxy Alpha A5 happens to be posing on the left hand side while the Samsung Galaxy Alpha sits right smack in the center, being the “eldest” among the three, with the smaller Samsung Galaxy Alpha A3 located on the right. The Galaxy Alpha A5 will feature a nanoSIM card slot as well as a microSD memory card slot for expansion purposes, and will most probably be accompanied by a 5″ 720p Super AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 400 (or perhaps 410) processor, and a 13MP/1080p camera.

As for the 4.52” qHD Super AMOLED display found on the smaller Galaxy Alpha A3, this model is also touted to feature a Snapdragon 410 chipset, a 8MP/1080p camera and a 5MP front-facing camera.

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