Earlier this month, Samsung had announced the Galaxy Alpha Android smartphone. What made the Galaxy Alpha stand out from the rest of the Galaxy smartphone is its use of metal which was finally Samsung’s way of responding to the demands of their customers. However the Galaxy Alpha does not exactly pack the most impressive specs, which is odd since we would have thought Samsung would have gone all out for its metal phone.
The Galaxy Alpha has been one of the most important devices to come out of Samsung’s stable recently, mainly due its metallic design and powerful specs inside a not-so-large body. Thanks to our insiders, SamMobile has learned that the Galaxy Alpha is actually the first device in Samsung’s upcoming A series of smartphones that the company is planning to announce in the coming weeks. Three devices will be part of the initial launch, carrying model numbers SM-A300, SM-A500, and SM-A700, and will cover various price points. The SM-A300 will come with a qHD (960×540) display, while the other two will come with HD displays. The SM-A500 is already listed on Samsung’s mobile site, confirming the HD resolution and the fact that it will run on Android 4.4 KitKat. The design of the three phones will be similar to the Galaxy Alpha, which means they will all have some form of metal in their construction. Also, the A series will feature better front cameras than existing devices – we’re guessing these will have a higher resolution than normal front cameras, like the 3.7-megapixel camera that will debut on the Galaxy Note 4.
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