For the past few weeks, we have heard lots of leaks regarding the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, now the device has been approved by FCC in Europe. Samsung Galaxy Alpha has a dimension of 133 x 67 millimeters, and it has well packed with 4.8-inch of display. The federal Commission listed the above information regarding the device, and in the meanwhile, it doesn’t offer information about the side width of the device.
The rumored specs of Samsung Galaxy Alpha SM-G850F include an octa-core Exynos 5433 processor manufactured Samsung Corporation. The device is powered by 2 GB of RAM, that allows the device to perform excellent multi-tasking. Other than that, Samsung Galaxy Alpha comes with NFC, 4G LTE, Bluetooth 4.0 and also with dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity.
From the FCC listing and other reports, it’s evident that Samsung Galaxy Alpha might get a shape similar to Samsung Galaxy Round. Previous rumors say that the Samsung Galaxy Alpha will be 6 millimeters in thickness and it will be slimmer than the Apple iPhone 5s.
The device is expected with 12 megapixel of primary camera, makes you to shoot a clearer image with sharpness and secondary camera of 2 megapixel. In addition to this, you may get 32 GB of internal on-board storage and also bundles with a fingerprint sensor.
Samsung Galaxy Alpha may feature with IP67 dust and water-resistant certification, and metallic aluminium frame, which adds an additional look for the device. Most probably, the device will be expected to launch on August 13, and arrives in the stores before the end of August.
Industry sources indicated that the Galaxy Alpha is likely to be launched in August before the release of the iPhone 6 that is set to be launched in September. Samsung is also rumored to launch the Galaxy S6 by the end of the year though some reports indicate a 2015 launch and Apple readies itself for tough competition from its rival.
Recently, an image has been leaked for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy F / S5 Prime by popular leakster @Evleaks. But the S5 Prime and Galaxy Alpha are the different names for the same device.
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