Before you raise your hopes of purchasing this phone it’s for Korea ONLY… Now we proced
A week after Samsung announced the W789 Android-powered flip phone for China, we’re seeing a higher-end version making its debut in the company’s native South Korea. The Samsung Galaxy Golden has two 3.7-inch SuperAMOLED screens — one outside, one inside — alongside a traditional dial pad and call buttons. Powering the device is a 1.7GHz dual-core CPU, and there’s also 8-megapixel camera. Android 4.2 Jelly Bean is onboard too, as is Samsung’s own TouchWiz software.
Interestingly, the Galaxy Golden comes with many of the features of the Galaxy S4, including S Health, Easy Mode and the Optical Reader app, which can automatically parse business cards using the camera. (If the image above didn’t give the game away, Samsung’s going for a business-centric theme here.)
The Galaxy Golden will be made available through the SKT and KT carriers, priced at a rather eye-watering 790,000 won (115 thousand Naira)
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