Seems like the Korean smartphone manufacturer will soon come up with its new clamshell smartphone dubbed as the Samsung Galaxy Folder 2. We say this because, a new clamshell carrying the model name – SM-G1600 has been spotted on the smartphone benchmarking website GFXBench. This upcoming Samsung flip phone will be the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Folder mobile phone that was launched last year. Read on to get all the details and information about the Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 price, specs and features.
Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 Android Flip
Based on the specifications and features listed on GFXBench, we should not expect the Galaxy Folder 2 mobile phone to be a top of the end smartphone. It will probably come as a mid budget Android flip mobile phone. GFXBench lists the smartphone to feature a 3.8-inch display that will have a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels.
Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 Specs and Features Leaked on GFXBench
Under the hood, the smartphone will come powered by a quad-core Qualcomm processor that is clocked at a speed of 1.4GHz. This processor will be further clubbed with Adreno 308 GPU and 1.8GB of RAM (that is probably 2GB) to look after the graphical performance and multitasking. With this the smartphone will further offer 16GB of internal storage out of which 11GB will be available to the user.
In the camera department the smartphone will feature a 8MP primary camera on the rear side and on the front the smartphone will house a 5MP secondary camera for selfies and video chats. Both these cameras will offer full HD video recording.
We don’t know what it looks like, though there is nothing else other than the word of mouth that this is a flip phone but the screen size and resolution do point towards the listed smartphone being a flip one.
Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 Price, Launch Date
No information is presently available about the Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 price and launch date and it is highly probable that you will not see the Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 launch in India and western markets as even it successor was limited to the Chinese and South Korean market.