Galaxy Al­pha

Australian T3 - - OPINION - WORDS GARETH BEAVIS, DUN­CAN BELL PHO­TOG­RA­PHY PHILIP SOW­ELS STYLING DEAN HAU

BIG SCREENS ARE IN. METAL BOD­IES ARE DE­SIR­ABLE. LIT­TLE WON­DER, THEN, THAT ETER­NAL SMART­PHONE FOES AP­PLE AND SAM­SUNG HAVE RE­LEASED SUCH CU­RI­OUSLY SIM­I­LAR, LARGE-DIS­PLAYED, PLEAS­INGLY AL­LOYED DE­VICES. IN THE AMER­I­CAN COR­NER, THE IPHONE 6 DITCHES THE FOUR-INCH-AND-BE­LOW SCREENS THAT BUILT AP­PLE’S FOR­TUNE FOR A GAP­ING, 4.7-INCH RETINA HD DIS­PLAY THAT BANGS IN MORE PIX­ELS AND COLOURS. KOREA’S SAM­SUNG HAS BEEN PUR­VEY­ING LARGER SCREEN GIRTHS FOR YEARS, THOUGH, AND IT HAS NOW LAUNCHED THE GALAXY AL­PHA, ITS FIRST METAL-CLAD PHONE, WITH AN IDEN­TI­CAL SCREEN SIZE AND RES­O­LU­TION. THIS IS A STRUG­GLE AS PRO­FOUND AS THAT BE­TWEEN GOOD AND EVIL OR TOM AND JERRY. WHICH IS WOR­THY OF YOUR PRE­MIUM POCKET SPACE? READ ON…

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