Following another quarter of disappointing financial results, Samsung is promising a pair of new smartphones for 2014. As The Wall Street Journal reports, Kim Hyun-joon, senior vice president at Samsung Mobile, told investors and analysts a large-screened phone will materialize in the coming months, along with a model made from new materials. The large-screened device is almost certainly going to be the latest in Samsungs popular Galaxy Note line, but the promise of a phone utilizing new materials is more intriguing. A leaked image of Samsungs rumored metallic Galaxy Alpha, courtesy of SamMobile. Samsungs profits were down 18 percent year-over-year, despite the launch of its flagship Galaxy S5 smartphone. Kim Hyun-joon also told investors that Samsung introduce mid-to-low-end smartphones with enhanced specifications later this year in an effort to reverse this trend.