After revealing the much anticipated curved screen display smartphone, Samsung Galaxy Round, the Korean tech firm now seems set to try its luck with flip phones.
It has been noted that one of the smartphones, speculated as a flip phone from Samsung, has passed the FCC documentation as a teaser for the company's fans. One of the new innovations Samsung intends to install in its proposed flip phone is dual screens. The device is said to sport a separate screen on the flip cover, besides the main screen.
The specifications of the phone have not been made official by Samsung, but there has been some strong rumours.
Some of the features mentioned by The Android Guy include:
-3.67in dual screens
-2.3GHz quad-core CPU
-13 megapixel rear-facing camera
The dual screen smartphone, codenamed as SM-W2014, is speculated to be either the rumoured Hennessy model or the Galaxy Golden model. Not much is known from the FCC documents, but depending on the ongoing work on the handset, one could expect the same to hit the shelves in early 2014.
Some of the digging done earlier noted the smartphone will arrive with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS and a 2-megapixel front camera. Details on Samsung Hennessey and Galaxy Golden can be seen here.
In related news, Samsung's flagship phablet - Galaxy Note 3, is set to get its second update within three weeks of its launch. The update termed as "Stability Update" is said to be a minor pack of 29 MB. The features which are to arrive are not known yet. The update can be installed via Kies software through PC or OTA and is currently rolling out in a few European countries, reports Sam Mobile.