Looks like previous rumours regarding Samsung’s planning to launch new line-up of flagship smartphones are really true. Folks at Sammobile have posted some live images of the first phone in the series which is likely to be called Galaxy Alpha. The released live images suggest that the phone sports Galaxy S5 like look, but it has less less-rounded edges and small bezels. The images also indicates that Samsung is reportedly going to provide aluminium on the side with faux leather back just like Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note III.
As far as the specifications of this upcoming smartphone are concerned, sources of Sammobile say that the Galaxy Alpha will features 4.7-inch display, and will come with a fingerprint scanner similar to the Galaxy S5 and also have a 32GB of storage but no SD card slot. It is touted to be a toned down version of the Galaxy S5. One image posted by a Vietnamese tech blog suggests that the Galaxy Alpha will be also available in LTE variant.
Remaining specifications of the device are still under the wraps. but we’re hoping that Samsung will use its own Exynos processor, Android KitKat and at least 2GB of RAM in this device. Rumours have also sparked that Samsung can use its recently announced Exynos ModAP processor, which comes with support of 150 Mbps LTE-A speeds, to power LTE variant of Galaxy Alpha.
There is no word on its exact launch schedule, but some rumors suggest that the company is gearing up to launch the device in August.