I believe that I mentioned in a passing moment in some of the older posts that Samsung was heavily thinking the decision of bringing Flip Phones back. Well, apparently I was right as Samsung has just outed another Clamshell Android offering for China. This Android phone was reported to have a really strong Snapdragon 800 Quad-Core 2.3 GHz processor and two Super AMOLED screens to boot.
This upcoming phone known as Samsung SM-W2014 will be aiming to build upon the recent success of the company in China with large-screened clamshell devices. Also, it doesn’t really hurt that this phone is the most impressive they’ve put out as far as specs go.
The screens don’t offer you a LARGE resolution, giving you a mere 800 x 480 pixels each ( each being at 3.67 inches in size ), but it’s important to keep in mind that there are TWO screens, not just one. Also, while on the topic of TWO, the device has 2 GB of RAM as well.
The camera on this new phone is a real piece of work: a 13 MP main shooter with a 2 MP front-facer. That’s bound to provide you with SOME amount of quality. There are a few other known details about this phone, things such as: Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0 and Android 4.3 out of the box. The measurements for this device are said to come in at 116.85 x 59.4 x 15.79 mm, which would make the phone just under 8 mm thick when opened.
The Samsung SM-W2014 will most likely be exclusive to the Chinese market and it will be available from China Telecom. Its retail price won’t be that low, expectations putting it at around 700 dollars. It’s a safe bet to assume that it will probably come out quite soon as it has recently been approved by China’s telecommunications agency ( or so I’ve heard ).