Possible Samsung Galaxy Golden 3 flip gets TENAA certification
TENAA, like most of would know, is the Chinese equivalent of FCC in the United States’ and Samsung’s latest but yet unknown (for sure, that is) just got certified by this organization. The Samsung device which carries a model number of SM-W2016 is believed by many to be the much rumored flip smartphone model from Samsung and is due to launch next year, 2016.
We know that no device has ever been to TENAA without it giving us the chance to glean some things from its total make, and such has applied to the SM-W2016. The believed flip phone is built with a screen equivalently the size 3.9 inch and a resolution of 768 x 1280. This doesn’t promise to be a flagship at all with these starting specifications and Samsung might just be looking to appeal to the mid-tier and low end markets with this one.
However, an octa-core processor being under this glass surface as well as a 64GB non-user expandable storage which has been coupled with a massive 3GB of RAM might make one have a rethink as to what market this device is destined for.
With a processor clocked at operational frequency of 2.1GHz, there’s also a 16MP camera on the rear and a 5MP camera to make sure the front isn’t void of a snapshooter likewise. The device believed to be the Samsung Galaxy Golden 3 is believed to run Android Lollipop 5.1 out of the box and weigh in at around 179g.
TENAA failed to publish images of this device and as such, the fight as to the actual screen size which GFXBench had already reported to be 4.6 inches would have to wait till another day, probably when we get an unveiling.
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