Samsung Galaxy Alpha video review

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Samsung's Galaxy Alpha is a sleek and stylish handset. Read on to see what we thought of Samsung's latest offering.
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Samsung Galaxy Alpha video review

The Samsung Galaxy Alpha is the Korean company’s most stylish smartphone yet. It’s built around a super slim metal frame and has a perfectly sized 4.7 inch touchscreen.

It’s beauty is more than just skin deep. On the inside there’s some really clever technology, like an advanced 12MP camera and a super secure fingerprint scanner.

Have a look at our 2 minute review to see just how amazing this new smartphone really is.

DESIGN

The Alpha doesn’t look like most other Samsung phones. It’s quite square and has been built around this metal frame so it feels premium. Plus it’s incredibly thin and has uniquely-shaped corners that give you more grip so it feels ever better in your hand.

SCREEN

The screen’s smaller than the one on the Samsung Galaxy S5, but bigger than the one on the S5 mini. That gives it a brilliant balance between being compact enough to use one-handed and big enough to enjoy games and movies. And it’s HD so things look great.

SECURITY

The Galaxy Alpha comes with a fingerprint scanner. That makes your phone more secure and easier to unlock. It also makes it easier to make secure payments through PayPal, and more apps are planning to support it soon.

CONNECTIVITY

The Alpha is also 4G ready. So if you have a 4G SIM card, you’ll get super-fast internet. And on the bottom of the phone there’s a USB 3.0 port that lets you connect things like hard drives for extra storage. Plus with Bluetooth 4.0, you can hook your Galaxy Alpha up to all the latest Android Wear wearables.

So what do you think of the stylish Samsung Galaxy Alpha? Let us know in the comments below.

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