Mobiles & Tablets

Samsung unveils its latest smartphone the Galaxy Alpha

DPA Los Angeles | Updated on August 14, 2014


Electronics maker Samsung unveiled its latest addition Wednesday to its smartphone line, the Galaxy Alpha.

The less than 7 mm, super thin smartphone has a metal frame, the company said.

It features a 4.7—inch high—definition display, which is a little smaller than Samsung’s flagship Galaxy 5 which has a 5.1—inch screen.

Samsung chief executive JK Shin praised the new design of the device: “The Galaxy Alpha focuses on both beauty and functionality.” The device is equipped with a 12—megapixel main camera and a 2.1—megapixel front camera, according to the statement.

The announcement comes only weeks before Apple is expected to announce its iPhone 6, which is thought to offer a 4.7—inch display.

The Galaxy Alpha will be available at the beginning of September, Samsung said.

Published on August 14, 2014

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