Earlier today we got a good look at what is likely the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Outfitted with a sleek new aluminum frame, it’s not the first time we’ve seen a leaked Samsung device sporting the new premium build material. The Samsung Galaxy Alpha has been the center of countless leaks and today it’s showing up yet again, courtesy of the Brazlian site TechMundo. Seems they managed to get their hands on an image of an internal slide, showing off some hardware bullet points for the upcoming device. Where we’ve heard a lot about the device’s specs from multiple sources these past few weeks, it’s nice to have some harder evidence like this to back it up.
According to the leaked Samsung slide, the Galaxy Alpha will feature a 4.7-inch 720p SAMOLED display, 12MP / 2.1MP, 32GB internal storage and 2GB of RAM (no micro SD card slot), fingerprint senor, 1,860mAh battery, Android 4.4, 4G LTE and Bluetooth 4.0. There’s nothing here that will make your heart skip a beat, but it’s certainly a solid mid-range device.
According to the source, the Samsung Galaxy Alpha will launch at around R$2,399 in Brazil and we could even see a 64GB model offered, although specific markets weren’t mentioned. When it comes to Samsung devices, there’s simply no telling which version of a device will be offered in your country until it’s official. Expect the Galaxy Alpha to launch sometime in late August/early September of this year.