The Samsung SM-W2017 - which was made official back in November last year, and is currently only available in China - will soon be launched in the tech giant's home country of South Korea. The information comes courtesy of a recent report out of the country.
The report in question cites a local telecom carrier official. There's, however, no information on exactly when the launch will happen - the official cited too declined to confirm a specific date or time-frame.
To refresh, the phone is powered by Snapdragon 820 SoC, and sports a couple of 4.2-inch 1080p Super AMOLED touchscreens. RAM is 4GB, while internal memory is 64GB. The handset features a 12 MP f/1.9 main camera with 4K video recording support, and a 5MP front shooter.
Measuring 127.8 x 61.4 x 15.8mm, and weighing int at 208g, the device runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. A 2,300mAh battery is there to keep the lights on. The flip phone also has a fingerprint scanner, an Always On Display, as well as fast wireless charging support.
I wish they would make one that could be upgraded to the newer google software.
I heard this phone only work with China Telecom sim for 4G/LTE service.
Nice for by the way samsung is the best if we are about tech that is why iphone they dont have chance they have to copy galaxy s8 if they are going to be succesful