Samsung is said to announce a 4.7-inch or 4.8-inch Galaxy Alpha smartphone with with 720p display in this month. Samsung Galaxy Alpha is said to come with a metallic frame (aluminum) just like Apple's iPhone.
Samsung is rumored to announce its Galaxy Alpha smartphone later in this month. Most of the rumors suggest that Galaxy Alpha will be unveiled on August 13th.
Images of black model of Samsung Galaxy Alpha are already revealed online. And now a Weibo user has posted some images of a white model of Samsung Galaxy Alpha.
Both leaked models show no difference expect color of the smartphone. But the white model looked better than the black one due to its more polished metallic edges.
Samsung Galaxy Alpha is expected to come in two versions i.e. a 4.7-inch or 4.8-inch version and a bigger 6.7-inch version.
Samsung Galaxy Alpha is said to come with a home button with a fingerprint scanner just like iPhone. And if the shape of home button will be round, this device can be rightly called an iPhone clone.
Other specs of smaller Galaxy Alpha include a 4.7-inch or 4.8-inch screen with 720p Super AMOLED display, Exynos 5433 processor, Android 4.4.4 Kit Kat OS, 2GB RAM, 32GB internal memory that cannot be expanded, 13MP front shooter, a nano SIM slot, and heart rate sensor.
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