- Android v6.0 Marshmallow OS
- 1.4 GHz Quad Core Processor
- 2 GB RAM
- 3.8 Inches
- WVGA Display
- 8 MP Rear camera
- 5 MP Front Camera
- 3G and 4G
- Dual SIM
- 1950 mAh battery
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Samsung Galaxy Folder 2: Basic Flip Phone with Enviable Aesthetics
Samsung isn’t only about premium and curved smartphones as the company has finally pulled the curtains off its latest flip phone. This gadget looks pretty mid-range, in terms of specifications but certainly offers something new, in terms of design and functionality. Here is what the detailed specs sheet looks like just before an official launch:
Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 is a pretty basic clamshell, measuring 15.40mm, in terms of thickness. We get a 3.8-inch WVGA screen with this gadget that exhibits a display resolution of 480x800 pixels. Apart from that, this handset offers Android Marshmallow v6.0.1 straight out of the box. Moving on, we get Dual-SIM support in addition to 4G VoLTE and Wireless connectivity. Other notable specs include Bluetooth v4.2 and GPS for navigation.
This handset weighs 160 grams to be exact.
Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 comes with an extremely modest, 1,950mAh battery module that isn’t the best feature on display.
Unique Selling Points:
Purchase this flip phone for Snapdragon 425 chipset that works in unison with a quad-core processor. Clock speed for the same is 1.4GHz. Graphics are supported by the Adreno 308 GPU. In terms of RAM support, this clamshell throws in 2GB RAM and 16 gigs of internal storage capacity. Micro-SD support is rendered to the same, offering a limit of up to 128GB.
In terms of imagery, we get an 8MP rear facing camera unit with f/1.9 lens aperture and flashlight support. The 5MP selfie snapper is one of the better deals on offer, exhibiting a wider, f/1.9 lens aperture. The metal-looking polycarbonate chassis is something new to look at.