The first metal clad Android smartphone from Samsung dubbed Galaxy Alpha has entered the United States market unofficially. Well, the online retailer Expansys has listed the smartphone that is slated to ship across the Atlantic.
This compact flagship smartphone with a sleek build is priced at $699.99 for the unlocked version and it arrives with 32 GB of internal storage capacity. The handset uses an Exynos octa-core chipset and comes in a Black, Gold and Blue colored versions.
As of now, the carrier compatibility of the smartphone in the United States is not detailed. However, the popular carriers including AT&T Wireless and T-Mobile are considered better options.
As of now, there is no word regarding the official arrival of the Galaxy Alpha in the US. It appears like the handset could be delayed as the South Korean tech giant is prepping to release the Galaxy Note 4 in the market on October 17.