Back in October 2013, Samsung launched its nostalgic smartphone the Galaxy Golden flip phone at a hefty price of Rs. 51,900. Powered by Android the device soon received a fair price cut in the Indian market.
Now, it appears that the South Korean tech giant is planning to launch the next generation of the Galaxy Golden smartphone soon. Called as the Galaxy Golden 2, the new flip phone from the Apple rival has made its way to TENAA - a Chinese equivalent of FCC.
The smartphone comes with a model number SM-W2015 and resembles the first Galaxy Golden largely. Very much like the Galaxy Golden, the successor will also come with a high end specification, which might be against the old flip design.
According to the leak, the Samsung Galaxy Golden 2 would use a proper flagship specs. The handset sports two 3.9-inch AMOLED displays with a resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels.
The flip phone would be powered by one of the top notch SoCs available in the market - the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC. It is not sure to what degree the company will clock the processor. However, complementing the CPU would be 2GB of RAM. It would have a 16GB of expandable memory and obviously, it will run on Android v4.4.4 KitKat.
There would be a 16MP rear camera for taking high-quality pictures and a a 3.7MP front-facing snapper as well. As far as the dimension is concerned, the Samsung Galaxy Golden 2 measures 153.5 × 78.6 × 8.5mm and is tipped to weigh 173 grams.
Although, the leak reveals quite a lot of things in one shot, it is not sure what battery capacity will Samsung use in the device. Moreover, also connectivity options remain to be a mystery.
It is not sure when Samsung Galaxy Golden 2 will make it to the market or when it will be launched. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!