The metallic Samsung Galaxy Alpha is everywhere these days. Recently, it has gone sailing in Russia without official announcement. It’s been alleged to sport a 64GB version as well – aside from the base model with 32GB (with no microsd card expansion support).

Now we are able to get another rumor about the date of its grand arrival in the market. A Korean media reported that Samsung is going to announce Galaxy Alpha on August 13.

This comes as a confirmation to an earlier mumbling from last month, which also had August 13 as the date of the outing. However, it is to be remember that the Alpha was said to launch on August 4, and that obviously hasn’t happened. So the newly report shouldn’t be trusted 100% either, but given how much the Galaxy Alpha has leaked over the last week, we wouldn’t be at all surprised if it does get the official announcement tomorrow.

The Galaxy Alpha will be powered by Samsung Exynos 5433 chipset, though it might get a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 for few markets such as South Korea – thanks to its SoC’s support for very high-speed LTE.

The smartphone also been rumored to have a 4.7-inch 720p display, a 12 MP rear camera,a 2.1 MP front snapper for selfies, 2GB of RAM, a fingerprint scanner and a heart rate monitor. It will be running on Android 4.4 KitKat OS.