The Samsung Galaxy Alpha is expected to go official sometime next week sporting a relatively midrange hardware specs sheet. However there was no clarity on which carriers in the U.S. will carry the handset. And now, leaked User Agent Profiles of the smartphone have confirmed that AT&T and T-Mobile in the U.S. will have a variant each in the U.S.
These versions are listed as SM-G850A and SM-G850T respectively with the last alphabet suggesting the carrier’s name. There are variants mentioned under SM-G850F, SM-G850H and SM-G850M as well, which are most likely global versions.
All these variants are said to be packing a 720p display, a 2.5 GHz processor as well as Android 4.4 KitKat. This will be Samsung’s first smartphone in recent memory to sport a metal frame, which is how the device got in the news in the first place. It could also feature a fingerprint scanner as well the heart rate monitor, just like the Galaxy S5.
Via: Phone Arena