The premium smartphone ‘Galaxy Alpha’ released on 13th of this month is the first to feature the specialized design approach with a metal frame.
According to the Samsung’s own website, the ‘Galaxy Alpha’ unveiled its new design approach applying metal frame material for solid finish.
The grip is emphasized measuring at just 6.7mm thick and the weight of 115g, and it comes with 4.7-inch HD super AMOLED (1280X720) display.
Samsung says that the Galaxy Alpha takes the Exynos 5430 and the model number is Exynos Modem 303 which is the Application Processor (AP) that Samsung developed independently with the world’s first 20nm manufacturing process and as a result the power consumption reduces to 25% compared to its predecessor based on a 28 nm process.
Also, the Galaxy Alpha has connectivity with the Samsung wearables such as Gear 2, Gear Fit, etc. and includes the latest features like ultra-power saving mode, finger print scanner, S-health, etc.
“Samsung always tries to provide consumers with a new product that they want,” said JK Shin, CEO and Head of IT & Mobile Communication at Samsung Electronics, and added “The Galaxy Alpha is a distinguishing device of combining beautiful and functional design with a unique user experience of Galaxy smartphone.”
The Galaxy Alpha will be available at the beginning of September in over 150 countries sequentially.