Samsung SM-G9098 twin sim Android Flip cellphone


Samsung, expanding its flip cellphone collection in China, has presented the SM-G9098 flip phone. The newest Android-primarily based twin-display flip telephone is now listed on Samsung’s China web site. Sadly, there’s no phrase on the pricing and availability details of the SM-G9098.

The Samsung SM-G9098 sports two three.7-inch super AMOLED displays, on the within and the surface of the top phase, each featuring a WVGA (480×800 pixels) resolution. The Samsung SM-G9098 runs on Android; alternatively, the authentic record does now not specify the exact model. It bargains twin-SIM (TD-SCDMA+GSM) beef up.

A quad-core (unspecified) processor powers the Samsung SM-G9098, clocked at 2.3GHz with 2GB of RAM. The brand new flip telephone sports a thirteen-megapixel rear digital camera with LED flash, whereas there’s a 2-megapixel front-dealing with digital camera additionally onboard.

There’s no word on the in-built storage of the Samsung SM-G9098 flip phone, alternatively, the official listing unearths expandable storage toughen as much as 64GB (by means of micros card).

The Samsung SM-G9098 helps Bluetooth, WI-Fi, GPS, GLONASS, Micro-USB and 3G connectivity options. It’s backed by using a 1900mAh battery with no phrase on the controversy time and standby time delivered. The new flip cellphone from Samsung measures 117×59.5×15.8mm and weighs 179 grams.

The Samsung SM-G9098 flip telephone is considered wearing a faux leather design on the again, whereas the China cellular emblem is also embossed there, hinting that the tool may well be bought during the Chinese carrier solely.

The brand new Samsung SM-G9098 will join the already launched flip phones in China, specifically the W789, W2014 and the Galaxy Golden.

Past, Samsung’s best Android flip cellphone available in India, the Galaxy Golden, received a cost cut and was once available on-line at Rs. 29,999. Notably, Samsung Galaxy Golden made its approach to India in October, while globally the Android flip cellphone was launched in August.


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