Upcoming Samsung clamshell device gets certified by the FCC, to sell in the US
Samsung is in the kitchen and they are cooking up a clamshell smartphone which unlike any we have ever seen, would offer high end specs and not be just another entry level or mid-range flip device to litter the market.
Coming with a model number of SM-W2017, the clamshell has already been generous to us when it comes to leaks and again, it has somehow managed to make the news rounds. While there is the possibility that it gets launched in China for a massive price of $1498 this month, this one has also gone on to the US where it got certified by the FCC, revealing a number of key features.
Of the revealed specifications is that it comes with the QuickCharge 3.0 technology that is associated with QUALCOMM and using this with the 2300mAh battery would help you get the best out of your juicer pack. It has also been confirmed that it would be running the Marshmallow out of the box and linking that with specs from GFXBench, the 4.2 inch device would be powered by a snapdragon 820 chipset, carry 4GB of RAM and accompany that with an internal storage space of 64GB.
The back has a camera of 12MP while there is 5MP on the front of it. On the side is a fingerprint scanner which would double as a heart rate reader and monitor.
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