Samsung Galaxy Alpha approved by FCC, what next?
The most popular unreleased Samsung phone apart from the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is in the news once again. This time the phone had gone to US’ FCC to seek approval standards, and that it got.
Thanks to the listing page, we now know that the Samsung Galaxy Alpha will measure 133 millimeters by 67 millimeters, pretty much smaller than all the Galaxy S models who measure 142 x 72 on the average.
FCC further helped us to know that the upcoming smartphone will feature NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, LTE and dual-band Wi-Fi. But that’s all, details about the screen or any other parts of the phone weren’t mentioned in the document.
However, the Galaxy Alpha is expected to be packing a 4.8-inch HD display, 32GB of native storage, 12MP camera, nano SIM card slot, and might be unveiled this month.
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