One of the smartphones that South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung Electronics is expected to make official in the next several weeks is the Galaxy Alpha, long rumored to arrive on shelves as the first handset in the company’s lineup to sport a metallic body.
According to the latest info on the mobile phone, Samsung could be set to announce it on August 13, which would be only three weeks before Samsung Galaxy Note 4 should go official in Berlin during the IFA 2014 trade show.
Before that happens, however, you can admire the device in a new set of allegedly leaked images, this time photos that show it all dressed up in white, and also powered up.
Said leaked photos have been spotted on weibo and, as nowhereelse notes, they depict a smartphone looking exactly the same as the black Galaxy Alpha did in the previously spotted images.
Most probably, Samsung will make the mobile phone official in other color options as well, the same as it did with Galaxy S5 and other recent devices in its lineup.
For those out of the loop, we should note that Samsung Galaxy Alpha is expected to be about the same size as the Galaxy S III, which was released two years ago.
The upcoming mobile phone is said to pack a 4.8-inch touchscreen display that should deliver an HD (1280 x 720 pixels) resolution, while being powered by a Snapdragon 801 processor.
Apparently, the quad-core CPU will be clocked at 1.9GHz and will also be paired with Mali-T628 graphics. 2GB of RAM will also be attached to it, so as to ensure that users receive appealing performance capabilities at all times.
Samsung Galaxy Alpha is also expected to arrive on the market with 32GB of internal memory, but won’t feature a microSD memory card slot for storage expansion purposes, it seems.
On the back, the handset should sport a 12-megapixel camera, which will certainly be capable of recording videos in full HD resolution, if not higher.
The mobile phone should run under the Android 4.4.4 KitKat operating system version right from the start, though it will also sport a series of exclusive apps and software enhancements coming from Samsung itself, that’s for sure.
No official confirmation on Galaxy Alpha has been provided as of now, so take the info above with a grain of salt. Until more on this device emerges online, have a look at the newly leaked images with it, available below.