Samsung announces Hennessy: a dual-touchscreen Android flip-phone

We know Samsung is in no way averse to pumping out countless devices in a myriad of form factors and sizes. Though there’s no clear market or demand for such devices the company still makes them in hopes of the occasional massive hit. In this spirit, ladies and gentlemen, feast your eyes on the Samsung Hennessy W789.

Do not adjust your monitor, what you’re seeing is an actual dual-touchscreen, Android flip-phone with a quad-core processor and a physical dial pad. The important specs are as follow:

  • Dual 3.3-inch touchscreen display @ 320x480 resolution
  • Android 4.1
  • Quad-Core 1.2 Ghz CPU
  • MicroSD memory expansion
  • 5Mpx back-side camera
  • 1,500 mAh battery
  • Size: 112.85 x 59.3 x 18.62mm
  • Weight: 208g
  • Supports GSM and CDMA simultaneously

If this sounds like a very weird device to you, trust us, you're not alone. Then again, the launch of the W789 lends a lot of credence to earlier rumors surrounding its Samsung Galaxy Folder phone which is supposed to be a high-end version of this device.

Source: Samsung Via: Engadget | Thanks V-tech for the tip! Image via Engadget 

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