Just when we thought the era of flip phones was done; Samsung surprised all of us when images were leaked of a possible new flip model. The phone first showed up several weeks ago on sites such as GFXBench. The phone is called the Samsung Galaxy Folder 2, and is a follow-up to the 2013 Galaxy Folder.
This phone, along with the broader flip phone trend, currently seems limited to Asian markets, but renewed interest in this retro style could perhaps see similar phones released in North America in the coming years. The Galaxy Folder 2 has received its TENAA certification and is currently listed on Samsung’s China website. The Galaxy Folder 2 will come with a display that measures 3.8 inches and has a WVGA resolution. As for performance, the flip phone runs on a 1.4 GHz quad-core CPU, a Snapdragon 425 Chip, 2 GB RAM, and a 1,950 mAh battery rated with a standby time of a whopping 318 hours.
Image credit: Galaxy Folder 2