Samsung Galaxy Alpha, the first metallic phone by Samsung announced
Samsung has officially announced its first metallic phone with not so surprising specs, its Samsung Galaxy Alpha. First to come in Korea, this device is identical to Galaxy S5 with some metallic adding on sides. It comes with fingerprint scanner loaded on its home button along with 4.7-inches of Super AMOLED HD display. It comes with various features like S-Health, compatibility with Gear smartwatches etc. On battery side, it is having 1860 mAh battery which is embedded to handle LTE Category 6 connectivity. It comes in 5 different colour variants viz. Black, White, Gold, Silver and Blue. It is boosted with some octal-core Exynos chip which comprises of 2 quad cores, one clocked at 1.8GHz and other at 1.3GHz. With all these specs, this device measures 132.4 x 65.5 x 6.7 mm.
Samsung has added 12MP camera on its rear panel along with 2.1MP camera on its front to enhance the camera experience of its user. Samsung Galaxy Alpha is also having 2GB RAM which will lend you superior quality multitasking environment.
UPDATE: This device is priced at €599.
Take a look at its design:
There is no official wordings on its price tag, but we will update you once it is priced. After korean release, Samsung Galaxy Alpha will be released in more than 150 countries in the month of September.
They have also added one video on YouTube which shows how incredible this smartphone is. You can take a look here: