Galaxy Alpha for South Korea and Poland announced

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Not too long ago Samsung finally unveiled the device that we had all heard so much about. Galaxy Alpha is the company’s new smartphone that boasts a metal build alongside reasonably high-end specifications. Samsung has now announced the Galaxy Alpha’s launch in South Korea and Poland.

The new smartphone is now available in both countries and Samsung has also revealed the pricing. It will be available for purchase in South Korea for 748,000 Korean WON with support for LTE-A. Black, white, silver and gold colors will be offered. Currently pre-orders are being taken in Poland while the release is scheduled to take place on September 26th.

Samsung Galaxy Alpha has a 4.7-inch Super AMOLED display, 12 megapixel rear camera, 2GB RAM, 32GB onboard storage, 1,860mAh battery, fingerprint and heart rate sensor as well as Android 4.4.4 right out the box. The metal build is no doubt its biggest selling point.



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a recent headline, we see the importance of removable backup Storage in Mobile Devices.

Metal Body Alpha Size Devices are great, but
add SD Card, larger Battery to the Premium Alpha, and faster Exynos SOC- and you will have a
big edge over Iphone6.

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Alpha Pro or A1000, compact Flagship.

Galaxy S6 full sized Flagship.

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