At this point is hardly a secret that Samsung is preparing a Galaxy phone unlike any other in the family. One made with the exclusive purpose to battle the upcoming iPhone 6
and its inevitable success with specs and style. Known as the Galaxy Alpha, the handset is supposed to be Samsung's first metal-constructed Android handset.
Its alleged specs include a 4.8-inch 720p display - not exactly premium, but Samsung's latest 720p AMOLED displays have fared surprisingly well, and the resolution & pixel
density should be enough to go head to head with the iPhone 6. There are also talks of an eight-core Exynos 5433 processor paired with a Mali-T628 GPU and 2GB RAM, along with a pair of 12MP/2MP main and front cameras, 32GB of storage space, and Android 4.4.4.
Although most of this is floating in the rumor sphere at this point, the photo evidence of the Galaxy Alpha
grows stronger and indisputable as its early Fall reveal approaches. Today, we present you with the best photos of the handset to have emerged so far. Supposedly, they depict a production unit that's ready to go into consumers' hands. Either way, they leave nothing to the imagination.
Although the Alpha's design is hardly adventurous, the rectangular shape and the Xperia Z2-like matte metallic frame are a sight to behold. The facelift definitely brings a touch of class that everyone longing for it will appreciate. With the exception of the Galaxy Note 3, this has to be the best-looking Galaxy phone to date. Enough ramblings, here are the photos we speak so much of.