Samsung's Android-based flip smartphone allegedly named Galaxy Folder has been making waves lately thanks to a series of leaks. It has now been spotted in few images that reveal a dual-screen setup in the flip smartphone.
Clien.net contributors have posted three images that reveal a smartphone - alleged to be the Galaxy Folder - that sports a clamshell design and features dual-screen.
At the start of this month we saw some details related to a purported Samsung clamshell phone surfacing online. The post suggested that the Samsung flip phone is codenamed 'Hennessy' with the model number Samsung SCH-W789, which was different from the model number SHV-E400S/ SHV-E400K that leaked previously.
Meanwhile technology site Techkiddy has revealed some of the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Folder. The rumoured specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Folder include a 3.7-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 480x800 pixels. The device is said to be powered by a 1.7GHz Snapdragon 400 processor coupled with 2GB of RAM. It is likely to run on Android 4.2.2 and would include an 1820mAh battery. The reports also claims that the Galaxy Folder will support LTE which is in line with earlier reports.
Recently, Samsung has been in news with rumours of its next Note phablet hitting the Web. Last week some images of the alleged Note III prototype surfaced online. The images showed front and back panels of the device. The image of the back panel revealed a slot for the stylus while the front panel showed a stretched physical Home button which has been seen on other Galaxy devices like the Note II, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S III.