The Samsung SM-W2017 – which was made official back in November last year, and is currently only available in China – will soon be launched in the tech giant’s home country of South Korea. The information comes courtesy of a recent report out of the country.
The report in question cites a local telecom carrier official. There’s, however, no information on exactly when the launch will happen – the official cited too declined to confirm a specific date or time-frame.
To refresh, the phone is powered by Snapdragon 820 SoC, and sports a couple of 4.2-inch 1080p Super AMOLED touchscreens. RAM is 4GB, while internal memory is 64GB. The handset features a 12 MP f/1.9 main camera with 4K video recording support, and a 5MP front shooter.
Measuring 127.8 x 61.4 x 15.8mm, and weighing int at 208g, the device runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. A 2,300mAh battery is there to keep the lights on. The flip phone also has a fingerprint scanner, an Always On Display, as well as fast wireless charging support.