Still the hideous hard to press "home" button... And a bit too large for one hand use.
For people who complaining about the small battery. Keep in mind that new Exynos 5430 is first 20nm ARM CPU in the world, and it probably consume very little power
Maybe Alpha has small battery because the device itself consume little power. At least let us wait for real review before we judge it.
everythings are not that bad except the battery, with 1860 mah and these specifications it can only last 10 hrsm i think i should forget samsung devices abd wait for nexus 6
Card slot was so important but the miss don't forget in next alpha device
MARK101, 14 Aug 2014what an ugly design , Samsung designers sucksPerfect Design
Good Choice Sam.
Iphone most ugly smartphone
what is this sansung?
Only 1860 mAh battery?
How long Battery last?
It has 2 Processors
4.7 inch Display
12 MP camera
HD Games & Videos
Battery Only 1860 mAh.
i think its need about 2100 mAh battery.
I think this phone should have a microSD card slot and a bigger battery though... Other than that, it's a nice phone.
Rasha, 13 Aug 2014Should have added higher battery.this device can record videos over than full hd but storage is just 32 gigs so bad and according to specs of it will cost around 45k .....because its samsang.
why.......why.... and why
plz make an A-1 device.
throw these childish products
take lessions from Motorola droid x, ultra, maxx etc.
these phones include inventions like touchless control, active display, user oriented apps and outstanding design
you are only pouring old wine new bottle.
in this ALPHA also.
low ppi, low mah battery, age old touchwiz....... whats this?
very sad phone!
Samsung builds great devices to a price point - that is not in question or an issue. What is of concern is mounting reports from surveillance corporations just how easy it is for them to "procure data" from an Android device.
You dont want to be Government, business, or indeed any person that wants give themselves a chance of not being spied on, and buy a sexy android product.
The debate is being lost.
Open ease of use at your own risk should be stated on Android devices.
I dont have an Android so what are the disclaimers?
So why cant Samsung up the anti, instead of more of the same stuff.
In Australia, Telstra in particular pushed the Samsung S5 - why, are they in a JV with Samsung.
Who collects what data.
Come on Samsung, security please!