The South Korean giant Samsung sees an unexplored market for dual-screen phones in countries like India. If a published report by Sam Mobile comes true, then Samsung is all ready to bring Galaxy Folder inspired handset in select Asian countries including India.
It is largely believed that handsets having dual-sided displays are restricted to South Korean and Japanese market. Samsung has been a trend setter. The makers behind Galaxy Note 3 understand consumer's tastes and preferences. Samsung being one of the most popular handset vendors in Indian market might be looking to tab a particular section of the market.
The device codenamed GT-I9230 will be Android powered dual-sided phone, just like recently launched Galaxy Golden in South Korea. The forthcoming phone will have a 3.7-inch LCD display having resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. It will be powered by Android 4.2 Jelly Bean with Touch-WIZ Nature UI.
The device has cleared Wi-Fi and Bluetooth certifications, so the release date is nearby. It is known whether the device will arrive with a dual-core processor or quad-core one. The phone measures 15.mm in terms of thickness and weighs 179 grams. Moreover, the phone is said to pack an 8MP rear facing camera and a 1.9-megapixel front facing camera. Other speculated connected features include: A-GPS, 3G, a microSD card slot, amongst others. Expect the device to be priced somewhere around Rs 13,000 in the Indian market. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates.