I just bought a OTIUM W2014 running Android 4.2.2, why isn't the specs for the W2014 floating around on GSMArena? Well This looks slimmer than the Samsung W2014 smartphone with 3.70-inch 480x800 display powered by 2.3GHz processor alongside 2GB RAM and 13-megapixel rear camera. I think released last year in Nov 2013.
AnonD-247149, 20 May 2014Yet another Experiment by samsung
Lies, they copied Apple. Cause Apple will sue them if they sell a lot of these products.
I wish there was a single-sim with micro sd card expansion for the international market too. TWO super AMOLED screens on one phone is extremely nice. I want one.
For all the negative comments i'm reading here, you're all missing the blatantly obvious, Samsung are addressing a massive group of people here, and that's the people who are yet to make the switch to touchscreen phones, they've packed in a half decent processor with enough grunt to compete with the big boys and they've retained the buttons that your gran will feel at home with, personally I think it's a great phone with massive potential and for the first time I think that Samsung have listened and are looking to persuade those who haven't switched to android to make the change.
Very clever and if it does end up in the UK and the price is right, expect your grandad to be rocking this in his local pub showing his mates the latest goals and showing off a bit whilst still being able to actually press buttons without making a mistake.
Flip phone create to compensate limited screen size of candy bar, now that touch screen phone can go as big as 7", why would we need flip phone anymore.
still wanna type with numerical keyboard ?? ...lol
Samsung stop creating junk in the market.
alexv, 19 May 2014well it's hideousHow is it even hideous? Maybe you should get your eyes checked..this thing looks nowhere near ugly..it looks like a fashion statement rather.
Can't someone do a more well balanced flipphone.
The outer display should really only be notification, an things like play-controls for music, and a couple of toggles. So it should be a small display, really.
This would keep the thickness down, or to fit a larger battery, and also improve battery performance. Plus it would make the device less fragile.
Nothing against having a touchscreen as inner display as well, but they do need to do a skin and add appropriate controls, so you can fully use it, even without having to move your fingers to the display part.
And also 3.7", makes the device too big, for any real success among those interested in flipphones.
wow that great but i hope to make one like that with qwerty keyboard it would be better