So far Samsung has done a pretty poor job of keeping a lid on details of its upcoming Galaxy Alpha (also known as the Galaxy F).
But it's a situation that shows no sign of improving today, with the news that after months of leaked shots and chat about the handset’s all–metal design, a spec sheet has now leaked that details every last thing about the handset.
Essentially an amped up version of Samsung’s less than groundbreaking Galaxy S5, the Alpha is said to cram in 2GB of RAM, 32GB storage, a 12-megapixel camera round the back, a 4.7–inch screen with full HD smarts and 4G. A 64GB model is also being primed.
A fingerprint sensor and in–built heart rate monitor complete the package.
Samsung will be hoping this new effort can improve its smartphone standing after a difficult few months in which its profits have slumped and its share of the market has plummeted.
The Galaxy Alpha is likely to get an official unveiling at IFA in Berlin, which starts in September. Samsung is also planning on showing off its new Galaxy Note 4 at the same event.