As part of its winter collection, Japan’s NTT Docomo unveiled the Samsung Galaxy S III Alpha, which is an improved version of the Sammy’s superphone. Instead of packing the Exynos quad-core CPU clocked at 1.4GHz, this model has a faster processor that ticks at 1.6GHz. Yes that’s the same CPU the Galaxy Note II uses and I would also assume the Alpha has 2GB of RAM, but I can’t confirm this yet. Rest of the specs are the same (as with the original Galaxy S III), with some Japan-specific changes like 1Seg TV support and LTE connectivity. The phone will be available in Titanium Gray and Sapphire Black in December.
Yup we want this version of the Galaxy S III introduced in other parts of the world, as well. However, as I’m writing this, we don’t have any such information and can only hope Samsung is thinking between the same lines. After all, if HTC decided to beef-up its One X (with One X+), guess the Korean company should follow with a similar version of the Galaxy S III.