Samsung clamshell smartphone visits GFXBench, reveals detailed specs
For quite a while now, we have been showing you some images that have turned up on the internet of a Samsung clamshell device and with this, they hope to cater to those who like that kind of design and would still love to pair it with high end specifications. Now, after a while of silence on this smartphone, it has shown up again on the database of GFXBench and with these benchmark tests, some of the specs have leaked for us to consider. Shall we, then?
This device has been made with the elite in mind and it comes with features such as a 2000mAh battery, a fingerprint scanner coupled to a QuickCharge technology and also, an Always ON screen to prove that it’s not here to play. Even though it was listed with 5.5 inches on GFXBench, we are not totally going with this because we believe it should be sized around 4.2 inches instead but it would surely have a resolution of 1080 x 1920. Powering the activities is a QUALCOMM snapdragon 820 processor clocked at 2.1GHz and on that is a pairing of 4GB RAM to 64GB internal storage space.
The high end specs doesn’t end there as it spills over to the camera offering 12MP on the back and a 5MP front shooter too, all running on the Marshmallow 6.0.1. According to pricing, we are hearing whispers of a massive $1498.
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