Samsung‘s new device, Galaxy Alpha seems like it will be an impressive device, going by the specs sheet and performance at the benchmarks. This is adding to the fact that the design and aesthetics will be greatly improved to reflect premium. The new details have a 38,658 score at AnTuTu benchmarks, above the Galaxy Note 3 which is the current top spot holder and thus by default becoming the top guy in the benchmarks.
The AnTuTu results reveal also the processor type which is an Octa-core Exynos 5433 ARM 7 which is slated to show up also in the Galaxy Note 4 later in the year. Also coming inside it is a 2GB RAM, 32Gb internal storage, non-expandable and Mali-T628 GPU. The camera is a 12MP rear and 2MP front, both full HD 1080p recording. The display resolution is 720p but has shown to have better output than the Galaxy S5 due to the screen size which has been reported to be at 4.8 inches.
All About Samsung reports that the August 4th date is no-longer the launch date and 13th of August is the new date for the Galaxy Alpha (SM-G850F).