The specs for the second phone in the Samsung Galaxy Alpha series have been leaked online.
Although the Samsung Galaxy Alpha hasn’t been long on the market, Samsung is reportedly planning another three devices for its metal-clad Alpha series.
Rumour has it that all three upcoming devices will have a similar design to the Galaxy Alpha, but with slightly varying specs. They will sport the model numbers SM-A300, SM-A500 and SM-A700.
It looks like the specs for the lower-end SM-A300 have now leaked online courtesy of GFXBench benchmarks.
The phone has a 4.8-inch 960 x 540p display and runs on a 1.2GHZ quad-core Qualcomm processor with 1GB of RAM. Strangely, it lists that the phone has 5GB of internal storage, rather than the usual 4GB or 8GB.
In the rear there’s a 7-megapixel camera coupled with a 5-megapixel front-facing camera with 1080p full HD recording.
It runs the latest Android 4.4.4 KitKat and will feature an Adreno 306 GPU.
According to reports, the SM-A300 will be released some time in Q3 2014, so you should see it officially unveiled before the end of September.
The Galaxy Alpha features a 4.7-inch Super AMOLED display with a 1280 x 720p HD resolution. It runs on a 2.5GHz quad-core processor with 2GB of RAM.
It has 32GB of internal storage, but lacks a microSD card slot unlike other Samsung devices like the flagship Samsung Galaxy S5.
The Galaxy Alpha is just 6.7mm thick and has a metal frame. The back panel of the Alpha is still the same plastic as Samsung’s other handsets.
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