Samsung might be working on an affordable flip phone

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Last updated: June 13th, 2016 at 13:04 UTC+01:00

We recently reported that Samsung is working on a high-end clamshell smartphone for the Chinese market. However, that’s not the only clamshell device Samsung is working on.

It was revealed a couple of weeks ago that the South Korean smartphone giant is working on a successor to the Galaxy Folder (SM-G150). Now, Samsung has important some more units of the SM-G1600 to India for testing and evaluation purposes, as can be seen on importing listing site Zauba.

It Looks like the device would feature a 3.8-inch screen and could be destined for the Chinese market. The Galaxy Folder featured entry-level specifications such as a WVGA display, 8GB storage, and 1.5GB RAM, so here’s hoping that Samsung would bring something better to the table this year.

Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 SM-G1600

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