Samsung launched a luxury smartphone, W2015, in China on 8 November. The South Korean mobile monster seems to be desperate as it has been trying luck in every category of smartphones.
Samsung had launched a mid-ranged smartphone with a flipped-form factor on Thursday and the firm is also launching a Tizen OS-based budget smartphone in India soon. Also, Samsung is trying to make the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 better than the previous models. And now by launching the W2015, Samsung is giving their effort from every possible aspect.
W2015 looks rugged in the images released and with a blend of black and gold it looks quite impressive.
Measuring 121.3x62.9x5.9 mm, W2015 weighs just 187g. The device features a flipped-form factor with two consecutive screen of 3.7-inch each. Featuring 1,024x768 pixels resolution, W2015 lacks the HD display found in higher-end Galaxy phones.
Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC, a quad-core processor clocked at 2.5GHz, and comes coupled with 2GB RAM. The W2015 also features 16GB inbuilt memory and a MicroSD-card slot for further extensions.
Samsung W2015 houses two cameras, 16mp on the back and a 3.7mp camera on the front. It also pairs Android 4.4.4 Kitkat operating system along with Samsung-made UI on top of it. It also features dual-SIM capability and sports all the necessary sensors for functioning.
As of now, Samsung W2015 is available in China with a hefty price tag of ₹1.5 lakh ($2,450/15,000 Yuan). Samsung is yet to disclose the availability of this luxury phone in other countries.