Samsung Galaxy Alpha release date confirmed, mark September 12

Samsung will be unveiling its own mobile device this September, confirming that the Samsung Galaxy Alpha will be out just three days after the expected coming of Apple’s iPhone 6. For the folks who have plans of getting hold of one, well you can be among the early birds for the latest Samsung device after it was likewise announced that pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Alpha will be kicking off starting August 28.

Ironically, the Samsung Galaxy Alpha will don a 4.7-inch screen although a bigger 6.7-inch version is expected to come out after. Now the disappointing news is that its display resolution is limited to just 720p, a far cry from the Samsung Galaxy S5 which can go the full 1080p HD.

Well, what can you expect from a touted mid-range smartphone?

The mid-range smartphone will be powered by an octa-core (1.8 GHz plus 1.3 GHz), only 2GB of RAM and run on Android 4.4.4 KitKat. It also comes with a 12MP camera in tow and a 1860 mAh battery. But the real attention comes in the metal frame which surrounds it, something which adds a bit of flare and fashion that should blend in neatly with the varying color designs it will be available in.

The Samsung Galaxy Alpha will initially be made available over at the United Kingdom where it will be available in an array of colors (charcoal black, dazzling white, frosted gold, sleek silver and scuba blue).