Galaxy Alpha to be launched on August 13 instead of August 4?
Samsung Galaxy Alpha rumors just keep on coming. This premium device was expected to launch on August 4, but it seems that won’t be the case, at least if the latest rumor is to be believed.
AllAboutSamsung reports that the launch date will be August 13, not August 4. Galaxy Alpha was expected to sport a Snapdragon 801 or 805 chip accompanied by 2GB of RAM, but according to the latest report a part of that is not true. New rumor says that the processor of choice will be Samsung’s Exynos 5433, an octa-core chip. 720p screen and 2GB of RAM are still expected though. The report also says that we’ll see a 12MP shooter on the back of the device.
We’ll find out what’s true soon enough. Until then we can only wait for more information. Do you intend to buy this device once its out, does it expected premium design appeal to you?
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