Samsung Galaxy Alpha is now available in the US via a third-party retailer
Samsung may have reserved a special (yet unknown) date for it’s metal-clad Galaxy Alpha device to break cover in the United States, but wait, this retailer is bound to see users get what they want before they join the Apple flock out of lack of self control.
Named Expansys USA, the retailer is doing it’s business by importing the Samsung Galaxy Alpha from the UK where the meta-clad smartphone is already available. For doing this, you’ll have to pay them $699.99 for a white 32GB model and not forgetting the shipping fees which start from $10 depending on your location in the United States.
Meanwhile, the blue, gold and black versions of the phone are set for pre-order on the expansys-usa.com website and no, payment is not done by Apple Pay, the site accepts PayPal.
The Samsung Galaxy Alpha holds a 4.7″ HD display, 2GB of RAM, a quad-core Exynos chipset, nano SIM slot and 1860mAh battery.