Samsung Galaxy Alpha: Metal Bodied Smartphone Leaked in New Set of Images

By Anuj

While Apple is fully focused on its upcoming iPhone 6, Samsung is also busy giving final touches to its first ever metal bodied phone - the Galaxy Alpha. The forthcoming phone has been long rumored to arrive in August, and the latest image almost confirms its existence.

Until now, it was widely assumed that the forthcoming coming Samsung-made phone might get launched as Galaxy S5 Prime or Galaxy F. But now the alleged picture of the leaked device itself leaks out the marketing name ahead of global debut.

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Samsung Galaxy Alpha: Metal Bodied Smartphone Leaked


Believe it or not, the new phone might get launched as Galaxy Alpha. No more the new handset will come with cheap plastic materials, instead the Galaxy Alpha could dressed up in a metal chassis.

According to a new set of images provided by Vietnamese tech blog Tinhte, the supposed Galaxy Alpha's design will remind you of the original Galaxy S5. The handset reportedly will fill the gap between the Galaxy S5 and the Note 4.

Moreover, the latest rumors suggest that the handset is expected to arrive with a 4.7-inch Super AMOLED display, though it will be a premium device. Apparently, the phone's display could have a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440-pixel, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of on-board storage, a microSD card slot and the quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor.

A close look at the device shows the logo for LTE-Advanced, the hi-fi 4G LTE connectivity found in Samsung's native market. Right now it is unclear whether the handset will make its debut in other territories.

The Galaxy Alpha is rumored to go official in August, but it could arrive alongside the Note 4 at this year's IFA Berlin tech show. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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