Samsung W2014 Snapdragon 800 clamshell leaks
Samsung is looking to bring the flip phone back, and they are releasing another clamshell Android offering for mainland China. The new device is reported to have a powerful quad-core 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, and a dual Super AMOLED screens to boot.
This upcoming Samsung SM-W2014 will aim to build on the company's recent success with large-screened clamshell devices in the Chinese market and it is is by far the most impressive specs-wise.
The resolution of each screen will be fairly meager at 800 x 480 pixels, and there are two of them, after all. Both of these devices will come in at 3.67", and there'll be 2GB of RAM to boot.
A 13MP primary shooter with 2MP front-facer complete the camera compartment, while connectivity includes WiFi a/b/g/n/ac and a Bluetooth 4.0. The phone is set to come with the Android 4.3 out of box.
Measurements come in at 116.85 x 59.4 x 15.79mm, which will equate to a thickness of just under 8mm when opened.
The Samsung SM-W2014 will likely be exclusive to the Chinese market and will be available from China Telecom, and it is expected to hit retail for around $700. It's set to hit the Chinese market sooner any time soon, as it has already been approved by the Chinese telecommunications certification agency co., Tenaa.