( Pocket-Lint ) – Samsung’s latest first high quality mobile phone, the Galaxy Alpha has come. It will be available in markets across Europe and North America soon. This is the biggest phone upgrade that Samsung have done to their brand. And they want you to know about it. They’ve put out a Galaxy Alpha review to help give you the details on the phone’s capabilities and performance.
The Samsung Galaxy Alpha comes with a five megapixel camera, a four megapixel digital camera, a five megapixel Ultra Auto focusing camera, a fingerprint scanner, a micro proximity sensor, a standard heart rate monitor, and a built-in barcode scanner. The phone also comes with Samsung’s new Gear Fit interface, which is similar to the iPhone’s. The phone’s battery has a lifespan of up to six hours, although some reviews have suggested that the battery life can last much longer than this. It has a built-in lithium ion battery, which is one of the most reliable power sources on the market.
– The Samsung Galaxy Alpha has no optical image stabilization, but this is a problem for many users. Most cameras have some sort of optical image stabilization, as it helps the camera take great pictures in all kinds of lighting conditions. The Galaxy S5 however, doesn’t have this benefit, so you may find yourself taking shaky images at times.
– The Samsung Galaxy Alpha has a front-mounted fingerprint scanner, which allows you to quickly identify the layout of your fingerprint quickly. For example, it works really well when someone is wearing a black jacket or any dark clothing that makes it difficult to see. You also get access to Samsung’s new instant photo software, which allows you to upload any photos you take and instantly start editing them. A great perk of this software is that you can also edit the photos once they’ve been taken, so you don’t need to go through the same process over again. Another great perk of this phone is its ability to connect to Samsung’s free online email service, called e mail. Samsung has yet to announce any other apps for the Samsung Galaxy Alpha.
– The Samsung Galaxy Alpha is equipped with a pretty good camera, although it isn’t the most powerful or state-of-the-art. If you’re looking for an industrial strength camera, you might want to look elsewhere. But if you want a simple point and shoot camera that’s still relatively small and light, then this is a good choice. It takes great pictures, even in low light situations, and the detail of the images is quite good.
– One feature that’s not actually included in the Samsung Galaxy Alpha but is available for it is the volume rocker. This is a great perk that comes standard with all Samsung handsets, and it allows you to simply bring up the volume by sliding your finger across the screen. You can do this with either the front or rear camera, depending on what brand you’re using. Another neat feature of this phone is the built-in speaker. When not in use, the built-in speaker will play audio CDs. It’s a nice little touch that makes this phone more interesting than most.
While this review is generally favorable, we do have one thing to mention. While the phone has a smaller screen, it does seem like it can be harder to use than some others. Perhaps a larger screen would have been better for this phone.
The Samsung Galaxy Alpha also offers a handy little application called Air Gesture. Like most cell phones, you can use this to quickly turn on the camera, take a video, or check the time. The application also offers a pretty impressive feature list, including an interactive calculator, date calculator, dictionary, and weather. This app can greatly help if you’re trying to make a point about something that you wrote down, and then need to reference a definition, or spell out a name. Just tap the little “Gesture” icon and instantly turn on the camera, take a video, or check the time.
Samsung Galaxy Alpha Premium 2021 Release Date:
The Samsung Galaxy Alpha Premium 2021 Smartphone will release in August 2021 (Expected). This is the official release date of Samsung Galaxy Alpha Premium 2021 in India. It may release later on in your country. So, check out the update for your country.
Samsung Galaxy Alpha Premium 2021 Key Features & Specifications:
- Network Technology: GSM / CDMA / HSPA / LTE / 5G.
- SIM: Dual Nano-SIM.
- Display: 6.5” Inches Super AMOLED Full Touch Screen Display, which protected by
- Corning Gorilla Glass 6.
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus.
- Operating System: Android 10
- Memory: 6GB/ 8GB of RAM and 128GB/ 256GB.
- Camera: 48MP primary lens + 13 MP secondary shooter + 2MP depth sensor + 32 MP selfie.
- Battery: Li-Polymer 5900mAh Non-removable.
- Sensor: Under Display Fingerprint, Face ID, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, and barometer.
- Fast battery charging (Quick Charge 4.0+)
- Wireless Charging Supported.
- IP69 certified (up to 2hrs in water 2m deep)
(Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic) – 3.5 mm Audio Jack.
- Price: RS. 52,000 ~ $699..
- Status: Rumored. Not Available in the Local Mobile Market.
Samsung Galaxy Alpha Premium 2021 Price:
The Price of Samsung Galaxy Alpha Premium 2021 will be set Rs. 52,000 for Indian People. It will be released on Half August 2021 (Expected). So, Wait for releasing this Samsung Galaxy Alpha Premium 2021 Smartphone 2021 on your country.
Another interesting addition to the Samsung Galaxy Alpha is the ability to activate the flashlight directly from the screen. The reason this flashlight works so well is that it’s just a simple tap on the power key, instead of having to press a series of buttons. This helps make using this phone much easier, especially when it comes to changing directions or performing other tasks that require holding down the home key.
Overall, the Samsung Galaxy Alpha is a nice device. If you need a smartphone with great performance, high quality graphics, easy access to Google, Samsung, and a huge screen, the Samsung Galaxy Alpha is definitely for you. The only minor complaint I have is that it can be a bit tricky to see the text on the HTC One M8. This will only occur if you look up or down on the screen, which can cause the phone to appear smaller than usual.