A new Flip-phone from Samsung code-named the ‘Veyron’ with model number SM-W2017 was spotted earlier. Some images of the device leaked and got to see the device in its full glory. The device has now got the FCC approval and along with that, we also get some new info about the specs of the device which was previously unclear. The FCC documents for this smartphone confirms that the device comes with model number SM-W2017 and has a 2,300 mAh battery inside.
Other basic specs of the device include 4G LTE, 3G, Bluetooth / Bluetooth LE, WiFi IEEE 802.11b/g/n (2.4GHz), NFC, ANT+ and other options. However, we don’t have any other info about the device other the ones mentioned here through the FCC. But as mentioned, the specs pretty much remains the same as mentioned earlier. So this device is indeed shaping up to be quite a decent device. Stay tuned for more info on this smartphone as we will update once we have more info.
Earlier: Samsung is reportedly working on a new smartphone codenamed ‘Veyron’. According to the previous rumours, this device is expected to feature the same specs as that of the Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge. The only difference here is, this new device is going to feature a clamshell form factor. It looks like Samsung is going back to old days with this form factor. Sounds interesting right?
So now we have some new leaks about this device, which actually shows us some of the specs that it is going to pack. With a name like ‘Veyron’, we can only expect this to pack some serious specs to match the power of the iconic sports car, that goes by the same name. This is has a model number SM-W2017. So essentially, we are looking at a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor with 4GB of RAM. That rings some bells? It is exactly the same config that we saw with this year’s Galaxy S series flagships. For display, we have a 4.2-inch screen which was previously reported to be of 3.9-inch.
This device is listed as SM-W2017. For software, it is running Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box and it may be updated to the latest 7.0 Nougat build. However, we don’t have any other info about the pricing or the availability of the device as of now. But is expected that the company will launch this new device in China, as the previous one was also launched there.
This is going to be an interesting smartphone to have in 2016, amidst of all the mainstream touchscreen variants. So let’s see how this works out for the company. If you want to know more about the device, then stay tuned to Phone Radar for more info on this, as we will update the thread once we have more details to share.