Samsung Galaxy Alpha to sport a 720p display according to Samsung Developer Console
Samsung Galaxy Alpha leaks just keep on coming our way. We’ve seen it leak in images along with expected specs. What struck us most when it comes to that leak was some talk about a 4.7″ which will allegedly be 720p in resolution, that was really hard to believe. Well, according to Samsung Developer Console, that part is true.
This report comes from SamMobile alongside a screenshot. It sure seems odd and out-of-place, but this device is not supposed to be as high-end as some other devices. Although the leaks are somewhat conflicting, if previous leaks are to be trusted this device is going to have a beastly processor made by Samsung which is supposed to compete with a Snapdragon 805, alongside 3GB of RAM and an aluminum trim around the device. We can’t call this mid-range, now can we. The only black ship thus far is the display, which many people will have a problem with I guess, even though I wouldn’t mind a 720p considering I still use it and don’t feel the need to upgrade.
What do you think of this report? Do you think this will be another mid-range device or is it going to be an extremely high-end device with a 720p panel?
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