Samsung Galaxy Golden Leaks: Galaxy Folder Gets New Name And Quad-Core Processor Inside

    The South Korean giant Samsung is working an unusual form factor smartphone. Currently dubbed as "Galaxy Golden ", it's a Flip Phone with a twist. GizBot informed you about Galaxy Folder last week. The leaked manual was first spotted by Japanese's blog RB Men.

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    Now the same Android based handset, is said to be called Galaxy Golden, according to a new theory. Samsung might call Galaxy Folder as Galaxy Golden. Alongside the leaked model name pops up on the web, a fresh image of the so-called device has enabled us to believe why Samsung Golden is the right name (via Sam Mobile).

    It could be because of the key-pad. The appearance of the phone has shade of golden color. Otherwise, it is difficult to say what promoted Samsung to call Galaxy Golden instead of Galaxy Folder. The device is said to be announced in South Korea this month, while Chinese consumers can look forward to Galaxy Golden in the coming days.

    The Samsung Galaxy Golden will feature two dual-sided screens (AMOLED). It also houses a quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor; Clock speed - 1.7GHz coupled with 2GB of RAM. The makers have opted for 1,820mAh Li Ion battery. The phone will also have two cameras, while the keyboard featured standard numeric keys. Other rumored specs include: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, 4G LTE, GPS, FM Radio, amongst others. Expect Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean to power up the Galaxy Golden.

    Again, bringing a Flip phone form factor that too in the era, where consumers are now used to slate like devices, is challenge in front of Samsung. Where more and more tech vendors are coming up with rectangular shaped smartphones; it is to be seen how consumers react to Samsung's Galaxy Golden. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates.

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