Samsung Galaxy Alpha leaks, comes with a 4.7" display

24 July, 2014 | Comments (65) | Post your comment

Samsung Galaxy Alpha has recently joined our rumor mill via a small leaked photo. What we knew is the Alpha smartphone has metallic iPhone-like frame and plastic rear cover. The specs also differed from the constantly leaking Galaxy F - the Galaxy Alpha is expected to feature a 4.7" Super AMOLED display and be powered by the latest LTE-enabled Exynos chipset.

Samsung Galaxy G850 Alpha

Today we can show you the Galaxy Alpha (SM-G850) leaking in full glory, even sized up next to a Galaxy S5. It is definitely smaller, has a similar faux-leather rear cover with dotted pattern, and keeps the heart-rate sensor next to the camera.

Samsung Galaxy Alpha

The source of the pictures confirms the 4.7" Super AMOLED display, LTE-enabled Exynos chipset, the finger-print scanner at the front and the heart-rate monitor at the back. It also claims the Galaxy Alpha to come with 32GB non-expandable internal storage and a nano-SIM slot.

So, the pictured Galaxy Alpha with those rumored specs seems like a preparation for the iPhone 6 launch this Fall. The metallic construction is certainly not a common feature for Samsung, but hopefully the Koreans begin adopting it within its next Galaxy models.

Note that the supposedly metal frame is different from the previously leaked picture we got of the Galaxy Alpha, and the device snapped above may turn out to be the Galaxy S5 Neo, which is rumored to launch soon.





Samsung Galaxy Alpha leaks, comes with a 4.7" display - reader comments

  • J14

It's said to come with -in my opinion- a poor battery: 1860 mAh. Hope it takes a day.

  • Reply
  • 2014-08-13 11:33
  • 3bxn
  • Anonymous

Ugly?!?! Pretty much every single smart phone on the market looks the same.. Square, one maybe two buttons, screen.... Get a hold of yourself man, don't be such a fan boy.

  • Reply
  • 2014-07-30 18:49
  • IrkV
  • Chuck

Get a life kids, 32GB is more than enough.

  • Reply
  • 2014-07-27 13:48
  • niHN