Thursday, August 7, 2014

Android-smartphone Samsung Galaxy Alpha passed certification FCC –

We have already talked about the new smartphone Samsung Galaxy Alpha, the output of which is expected next week. And now, just before the official announcement, the new product has been certified by the Federal Communications Agency (Federal Communications Commission – FCC). This writes the Chinese profile online resource VR-Zone.

According to the publication, in the FCC database has information about the new smartphone Samsung Galaxy Alpha with model number SM-G850F. It is equipped with a large display with a working resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels and is based on an eight-mobile processor Samsung Exynos 5433, which consists of four core ARM Cortex-A57 and four cores Cortex- A53. Amount of RAM is 2 GB, and the built-in storage – 32 GB. Also mentioned the support of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC and cellular networks fourth generation 4G / LTE. There are two cameras: 12-megapixel primary and 2.1-megapixel front. Operate a new Samsung smartphone will be on a mobile operating system Android 4.4.4 KitKat.

Samsung Galaxy Alpha will be clothed in a thin shell, partly made of metal and having a perforated back cover like the Samsung Galaxy S5. Its width will be 67 mm, height – 133 Case thickness is not specified.

Presumably, the official announcement of the new smartphone Samsung Galaxy Alpha will take place on August 13 this year. And the cost in the UK market will be 549 pounds.

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