Samsung Galaxy Alpha officially launches in the United States September 26th
After all said and done, Samsung is finally going to release it’s first meta-clad Galaxy smartphone in the United States and all that’s going to happen this weekend, 26th September 2014.
The smartphone will land on AT&T this Friday at a price tag of $199.99 on a one-year contract. There are other flexible plans available for the Alpha which includes paying $25.55 per month on AT&T’s Next18 ($25.55 x 18 months) and $30.65 per month on the Next12 package ($30.65 x 12 months).
However, you can still purchase the smartphone on an off contract billing for a straight $612.99 — so you see, the Galaxy Alpha isn’t a s costly as it was expected to be. If you still can’t wait a few days till Friday, there’s this retailer importing the phone from overseas for $699 per unit and the details are here.
The Samsung Galaxy Alpha features a HD 4.7″ screen AMOLED screen, 2GB of RAM, Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS, 32GB of built-in storage and a 12MP camera.