Samsung launched the Galaxy Golden flip phone back in 2013. Today, a new smartphone with model number SM-W2016 that is alleged to be the next generation of flip phone series dubbed as Samsung Galaxy Golden 3 has been certified by TENAA. The listing of the smartphone reveals the complete specifications, but there are no images posted on the TENAA database.
According to TENAA listing, the Galaxy Golden 3 comes with a 3.9-inch HD (768×1280 pixels) internal and external display and comes powered by and an unspecified octa-core processor clocked at 2.1GHz. The device has 3GB of RAM, 64GB of built-in storage and there is no microSD card slot for expansion.
On the camera front, the device will sport a 16MP rear camera with LED flash and a 5MP front-facing shooter for video chats and selfie images. The dimensions of the handset measure 120.4 × 61 × 15.1 mm and is hefty weighing 204 grams. The smartphone will run on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop out of the box and will be available in the Gold color variant.
It is worth mentioning that TENAA also certified the SM-W2015 that was supposed to be the Samsung Galaxy Golden 2 but never released. Although the company officially confirms nothing we advise you to take this with a proverbial pinch of salt. Stay tuned for official confirmation about the new flip phone by the Samsung.
A quick recall, Samsung has recently two new smartphones in India called as Galaxy On 5 and Galaxy On 7 in its latest ‘On’ series. Both the smartphones come with decent specifications and are available online exclusively via Flipkart priced at Rs. 8,990 and Rs. 10,990 respectively. The new Galaxy On series smartphones support 4G-LTE connectivity and will also be produced in India at the Samsung’s Noida plant.
(Note: The image used is of Samsung Galaxy Golden)