Galaxy Alpha Release Date, Rumors: New ‘A’ Series Phone Gets Bluetooth Certification?

Samsung is about to launch the Galaxy Alpha, and already there is news about future models in the same line.

A while back, Samsung firmware and hardware site SamMobile noted that the Korean tech company is intending to launch an “A Series” of phones after the Galaxy Alpha is released.

These phones allegedly have model numbers SM-A300, SM-A500, and SM-A700, and will all feature a metal construction like the Galaxy Alpha, QHD displays, have better front cameras than what the current Samsung devices have to offer, and will run on some version of Android 4.4. KitKat.

SamMobile claims that this phones will be released in Q3 of 2014, and has even recently dug up the Bluetooth SIG certification for the SM-A500.

According to the certificate, the SM-A500 looks to be a dual-SIM model as it has the slots for it.

The Galaxy Alpha is slated for a September 12 launch in the United Kingdom, so expect Samsung to announce more details about these new “A Series” devices after that date.

Check out the official Galaxy Alpha specs below.

Display: 4.7-inch HD Super AMOLED
Processor: Octa Core (Quard 1.8Ghz +Quad 1.3Ghz)
Memory: 2GB RAM
Storage: 32GB (no micro SD slot)
Battery: 1,860 mAh
OS: Android 4.4.4 KitKat
Features: Ultra-Power Saving Mode, S Health, Finger Print Scanner, Private Mode, connectivity with the Samsung Gear Fit, Gear Live and Gear 2 wearables.