Samsung SM-A300 with Snapdragon 410 chip is in the making

So you liked the Samsung Galaxy Alpha? If you liked it Samsung has a torrent of smartphones looking like the metal clad-smartphone in stock for you.

Keep in mind that the company is on the verge of announcing the Samsung SM-A500 which was found on TEENA’s website yesterday. But then, that’s not where it’s going to end, more are on the way.

An example of more phones from the Galaxy Alpha  lineup is the Samsung SM-A300 which was found on a  user agent profile document at Samsung’s website today — you can identify Galaxy Alpha phones by mere looking at their model numbers, ie., they start with “SM-A”. The document shows a Samsung SM-A300 variant listed as having a Snapdragon 410 processor as well as a qHD display and an Adreno 306 GPU.

Samsung SM-A300 benchmarks
Benchmark traits of the device discovered at GFX bench earlier this month revealed a 4.8-inch screen with 540 x 960 pixels (qHD) of resolution which goes ahead to confirm the authenticity of this story. The rest of the benchmark specs were a 1GB of RAM, 5GB of available storage (probably comes with 8GB), and 8MP rear camera and 5MP front-facing webcam. The phone was tested with Android 4.4.4 KitKat.

The Samsung Galaxy Alpha is available in the UK, and Canada and United States at a later time though an unofficial retailer is now shipping the device into the US at $700.

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