Samsung’s W2019 Android powered flip phone surfaces in a video

Samsung’s W2019 Android powered flip phone surfaces in a video:

Last week, we told you that Chinese regulatory agency TENAA had certified Samsung’s W2019 smartphone. This is the next version of its Android powered flip phone, which is expected to feature a pair of 4.2-inch AMOLED displays (one internal, and one external), a dual camera setup in back (one camera could sport a variable f/1.5-2.4 aperture, and the second might carry a telephoto lens with 2X zoom capabilities), and the Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform under the hood. Of course, there is no QWERTY keyboard as T9 is used instead, and a 3000mAh battery keeps the lights on.

When TENAA certified Sammy’s W2019, the agency’s website shared the usual four photos it takes of every phone that it gives a thumbs up to. Now, Slashleaks has posted a short video of the phone along with some still images of the device (some of which came from the video itself). You can check out the photos by clicking on the slideshow below. The video can be found at the top of this article.

The W2019 is expected to be released only in China. This series has always been rather expensive, and the W2019 is no exception. There is speculation that the phone will cost the equivalent of $2,500 when it is launched later this year.

Photos of the Samsung W2019 Android powered flip phone:


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