Not too long ago, we heard that Samsung Galaxy Alpha will see the daylight on August 13th, and will feature a different design with a metal frame and slightly smaller display than the Galaxy S5.
Recently, the folks at All About Samsung revealed some screenshots of AnTuTu benchmarks running on the Samsung Galaxy Alpha G850F, revealing most of the specifications of the device.
According to the AnTuTu results, the alleged Samsung Galaxy Alpha will come with a Exynos 5433 processor, the same chipset which will launch with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 as well. In addition, the device is rumored feature a Mali-T628 GPU, and will features 2GB of RAM.
The report mentions that Samsung Galaxy Alpha will come with 32GB of storage, but there won’t be any microSD card slot on the device which seems strange since Samsung offers expandable storage on almost every handset they launch.
The benchmarks further reveal that the device will come with a 12MP rear camera — possibly with optical image stabilization — and a 2MP front-facing camera, and a 1,500 mAh battery which is way too low considering current market standards, and a 4.8-inch 720p display. On the software side, the device runs Android 4.4.4 KitKat as its operating system out of the box.
It’s just a few weeks away, we’ll update you if anything else comes up about the alleged Samsung Galaxy Alpha.