BEIJING, China – Samsung has launched the SCH-W2013, an Android smartphone with quad-core chipset and dual-flip-screen, just for China.
The flagship device was launched yesterday at a big charity concert, and is a successor to the SCH-W999. Just like its earlier version, this one costs a fortune too. Although the price is not official yet, it is said to cost somewhere in between ¥18,000 ($2,900) and ¥20,000 ($3,210). Furthermore, like almost all flagship devices on China Telecom, this one comes with dual-SIM support: CDMA 2000 800/1900 and GSM 900/1800/1900.
For the sum of $3000, users will be getting a 1.4GHz quad-core processor (possibly Exynos 4412) with Android 4.0. Moreover, the phone sports a dual-flip-screen measuring 3.7-inch each, with 800 x 480 in resolution and Super AMOLED technology.
In addition to the duality-aspects, the Samsung SCH-W2013 also features two cameras, a main 8 MP snapper at the back and a 1.9 MP camera at the front.
For the memory plans, the smartphone has 2 GB RAM and 16 GB of internal storage capacity, besides a microSD slot that allows expansion up to 64 GB.