Galaxy Alpha hits UK on Sept 12, Canada on 26, Germany - 29

09 September, 2014

Samsung Galaxy Alpha availability has been detailed for the UK, Germany and Canada. The slender Galaxy smartphone with a metal frame will be hitting all three countries within the next few weeks.

The UK will be getting the Exynos octa-core model and it will be resealed on September 12. You will be able to get it for free with a two-year contracts starting at £34.50 per month (Phones4U). Of course you can get a SIM-free unlocked flavor for £500 (Clove, Unlocked-Mobiles) or £515 (Expansys). It appears though that the contract-free version will launch with some delay on September 22.

We also found various retailers offering the Samsung Galaxy Alpha on pre-order in Germany. The lowest price we were able to find is €565 from HandyAttacke and it will ship on September 26. Amazon DE has it listed for €600 with estimated delivery on October 19. The German Galaxy Alpha will also run on the Exynos Octa chipset.

Finally, Samsung Canada announced the availability of the Galaxy Alpha. The Canadian unit will be powered by the Snapdragon 801 chipset with a quad-core Krait 400 CPU running at 2.5GHz. It will launch on September 26 for CA$699. If you opt for a two-year contract with Bell the Galaxy Alpha price will be slashed to CA$149.95.

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Reader comments

  • PhatFish
  • 09 Sep 2014
  • Yej

I hope this is an indicator for the exynos version of the Note 4 to be available in Europe as well.

  • Anonymous
  • 09 Sep 2014
  • Yct

For practically the same specs, you can get the Z3 Compact for much cheaper...

  • dff
  • 09 Sep 2014
  • 0r7

@AmateurHistorian indeed!

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