Samsung Galaxy Alpha production will end in January

This is something a little unexpected: it seems that the life of the Samsung Galaxy Alpha will be shorter than many thought. According to new reports, the metal the South Korean smartphone, released during the month of August, will be discontinued. The production of the original Galaxy Alpha would end once the Galaxy A5 to be launched in South Korea, which is believed will happen during the course of the month of January. This move will be part of the strategy of reorganization of the division of Samsung smartphones.

According to sources, the launch of Galaxy A5 in South Korea will take place sometime during the last two weeks of January, and its price will be about $365. Let us remember that the device is already available in other markets such as China and Taiwan. That the production of Galaxy Alpha end up actually is something natural, since both devices have very similar specifications and it wouldn’t make sense having two equal smartphones on the market. The Alpha will no longer be manufactured once available materials to make it have been exhausted.

Let us remember that the Samsung Galaxy A5 has a processor quad – core 1.2 GHz, it has 16 GB of internal memory, 2 GB of RAM, its main camera is 13 megapixel and the front is 5 megapixels, also has a 2300mAh battery and its 5 inch Super AMOLED display has resolution HD. The Galaxy Alpha possesses a 2.1 megapixel front-facing camera, as well as a reader of fingerprints, 32GB of storage and a processor octa – core, but the rest of your hardware is similar to the one of the A5.

And taking advantage of that we are talking about the subject, it should not be forgotten that the South Korean has another smartphone in hand, the Galaxy A7 touchscreen Full HD 5.2-inch and eight-core processor.