The compact flagship is priced at $699.99 for a factory-unlocked device with 32GB of built-in memory and Exynos chipset. Black, gold, and blue colored versions of the handset on the other hand, are available for pre-order.
US carrier compatibility of the device is not detailed. T-Mobile and AT&T Wireless however, are all but certain to play nice with the smartphone.
There is no word on the official arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Alpha to the United States just yet – the Korean giant is currently focused on launching the Galaxy Note 4 in the country. Therefore, picking up an unofficial import might be the safest bet for eager users for some time to come. You can find out all about the SM-G850 in our detailed review.
If s4 has better spec or config than alpha then why alpha? Pretty sure that s5 is cheaper when its officialy announced price but mark my words this alpha thing is gana b cheaper than s5 after few months... Or this should be in range to get a good sal...
Shell my Samsung galaxy s4 and get now galaxy alpha
Samsung is such a monster that they had to produce a lower specs smartphone to compete with the new iphone6. Seriously Samsung S5 and Note 4 is to much tech for Iphone. Im sorry to say that but everybody knows is the true.