Ready for yet another AT&T exclusive? This time, the company teamed up with the biggest manufacturer in the Android phone space — Samsung — to offer the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. It’ll go on sale starting September 26th, and can be had for several different pricing levels:
- $25.55 per month on AT&T Next18.
- $30.65 per month on AT&T Next12.
- $199.99 with a two-year agreement.
- No annual commitment for $612.99.
No other US carrier will be seeing the device (not right away, anyway) so unless you’re willing to do your bidding with Ma Bell you can feel free to pass on this one. The Samsung Galaxy Alpha was the first handset from the company to revamp the Galaxy design language and introduce a fair bit of metal into the mix.
The Samsung Galaxy Alpha features a pocketable 4.7-inch form factor (HD resolution) and has a 2.5GHz quad-core processor. It also features 2GB of RAM, a 12 megapixel camera, 32GB of internal storage and more. Of course, you can expect Android 4.4 with a helping of TouchWiz on top (which emphasizes health and battery saving improvements above all else). Let us know if you’ll be looking to grab one of these once it lands later this week.
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