Last week, we got a pretty revealing look at the rumoured Samsung Galaxy Alpha's iPhone-esque exterior. Now, a new leak from TecMundo is giving us a possible glimpse inside that iFacade.
If you can't make out the fine print on the image above, here are a few highlights:
• 4.7 Super AMOLED Display
• 12 mega-pixel rear camera and 2.1-megapixel front camera
• 2GB of RAM, 32GB of Storage (64GB rumoured to be available), no MicroSD
• 1,860 mAh (marked with a big ole TBD)
• Fingerprint sensor, heart rate monitor, nano SIM, USB 3.0, 4G LTE
• Android 4.4
These proposed specs are also tinged with a touch of Apple — specifically the nano SIM and no MicroSD card bits — and TecMundo's anonymous source also hints that Samsung will pack in its own octo-core Exynos chip. That spec could be region specific much like the rumoured Galaxy Note 4.
SamMobile recently spotted a Samsung Alpha event held in Russia, which points to the phone being primarily targeted for international markets or perhaps even a mea culpa for that botched Tizen release last month. Phone Arena also reports that the Alpha visited the FCC and expects the device to be available via AT&T or T-Mobile, but no official announcement has been made.