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Samsung Hennesy Confirmed To Be A Two Faced Android Flip Smartphone


Samsung Hennesy Confirmed To Be A Two Faced Android
Samsung Hennesy Confirmed To Be A Two Faced Android Flip Smartphone
The Samsung SCH-W789 Hennessy, another Smartphone from Samsung has been launched and what really got our attention isthe fact that it is not the traditional flat, slim device but a flip phone.

We had rumours about the possible come back of the flip phone but never knew it will materialise.

You might think the Samsung Hennesy will look ‘old school’ but on the contrary, it looks like the future.

All Smartphones now have the slim, touch screen only feature except for a few blackberry devices. However, the arrival of the Samsung Hennesy, a flipping gadget adds freshness to the air of Smartphones.

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Equipped with a 320×480-pixel screen, the 3.3 inch Samsung Hennesy has an obvious touch of uniqueness when you flip it open.

There’s a second identical display and traditional numeric keypad of which the latter was supposedly going extinct.

The Samsung Hennesy boasts a 1.2GHz quad-core processor with 1GB of RAM to help speed up the device, a 5-megapixel camera to help you see the world clearly through your smartphone.

Also, the Hennesy is powered by an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean software.

Would you like to ‘flip out’ more variety in smart phone design? What exactly are your thoughts on the Samsung SCH-W789 Hennessy? Flip out on the comment section below and share

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