Samsung ”Veyron” SM-W2017 Flip Smartphone images surfaced online

Samsung believes there is still a market for flip phones and have been releasing flip phones for a couple of years now. This year alone, they have released two flip phones, the Galaxy Folder 2 and Samsung W2016. The latter can be classified as a mid-range phone as it comes with 3GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and a 16MP rear camera. Samsung already has a successor in the works, the SM-W2017 (codename: Veyron) whose live images surfaced online recently.

The SM-W2017 has been reported to feature a 4.2” Super-AMOLED screen, a snapdragon 820 chip, 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM, and a 12MP rear camera that can shoot 4K videos. There’s a 5MP camera in front for selfies and a USB Type-C port. When you close the phone, there’s another screen up-front. There’s no mention of the type of display but there’s a chance it might be the same type as the main one.

The rear looks a lot like that of the S7 and appears to be sporting a fingerprint scanner and heart rate monitor. There’s also mention of NFC and Samsung Pay.

Like the other flip phones launched, this may also be a China only device. We don’t have details of a release date and price as of now.

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