last month i was pretty blessed and honestly thrilled to receive my first samsung galaxy alpha courtesy of zalora singapore and samsung. knowing my favourite metal, they gave me the frosted gold version. the collaboration was timely too, as it came in extra handy since i'm currently handling a couple of instagram accounts.
highlighting two key specifications — firstly the galaxy alpha 4G+ gives you 4G+ LTE Cat 6 capability at 3X the speed of LTE Cat 3, which means incredibly fast browsing and downloading.
second, the fingerprint security allows you to hide your personal files with a swipe of your finger. i think this feature is really convenient to have, i mean we all have moments and pictures we would like to keep private. or perhaps in a more serious note, we have business plans and ideas that we would not want any accessibility by others.
the phone is extremely slender (6.7mm thin) and it is the slimmest galaxy till date. the slim and compact design slips into pockets and slim clutches — it is effortless and does not create a nasty phone bulge.
one of my favourite feature is the ultra power saving mode. it minimises battery consumption by shutting down all unnecessary features, allowing extended battery life — so frugal and life saving. it might actually save you a lot of trouble finding power sockets while you are on the run.
— we tried the selective focus which creates a depth of field effect and the photo quality is amazing. now this kinda makes me wonder if there is really a need for me to lug my DSLR around anymore. other camera features include the beauty mode, fast autofocus and real time HDR.
the samsung galaxy alpha also checks and monitors the heart or stress rate using an embedded sensor, something i check occasionally out of curiosity. i personally find the frosted gold is a rather versatile and chic metal. this light pink satin midi skirt from river island complements the phone nicely. huge thank you again to zalora singapore and samsung for the phone and new experiences!
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