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Samsung W2019: The company’s next flip Android smartphone will sport a dual camera

Chances are highly likely that you must now be aware of the Samsung’s W-series of smartphones as they are launched only in China. In case you are not, the Samsung W lineup offers flagship specifications and brings back the flip-phone magic. The last year’s Samsung W2018 smartphone sported a variable aperture camera which was then used in the current Samsung Galaxy S9 lineup of smartphones as well.

This year, the company is looking forward to incorporating one of the most used trends of 2018. As per a recent tweet by MMDDJ_, a famous tipster, the upcoming Samsung W2019 will sport a dual camera setup at the back.

The Samsung W2019, codenamed Lykan, will feature a high-res dual camera setup and will once again be a clamshell phone. Unfortunately, the device will once again be China-specific.

Though the leakster does not reveal any other specifications of the device, we are more than certain that the Samsung W2019 will make use of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset coupled with 8GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of internal storage which will have the scope of further expansion with the help of an external SD card.

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As far as the pricing is concerned, be pretty sure that the device is not going to be for everyone. The Samsung W2018 carried a gigantic price tag of around $2563 meaning that the upcoming Samsung W2019 will not be cheaper than that by any means.

As of now, there is no word on the official pricing and the release date of the device. That said, if the company follows the last year’s pattern, we can expect the Samsung W2019 to be released in the month of December, right before the launch of the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup and the foldable Samsung Galaxy X.

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