Samsung's upcoming Android flip phone will reportedly arrive with dual camera sensors

Source: Samsung - W2018

Despite there being an abundance of Android handsets on the market, when it comes to design, the flip phone is perhaps one of the more interesting, as it attempts to meld the past with the present. Samsung's flip devices are the ones that always manage to catch the attention of the public, due to their higher-end specifications, design, and price. While it is still early, we are getting a rumor that the next flip phone by Samsung, the W2019, will up the ante by having a dual camera.

While the W2019 moniker hasn't been confirmed, it reportedly currently goes by the codename 'Project Lykan'. The camera will be similar to the one found on the Galaxy S9+, offering up a 12MP sensor with a variable aperture and secondary 12MP telephoto sensor. If past models are any indication, the unannounced model should arrive with the latest top-end Snapdragon processor, plenty of RAM, and storage. Hopefully, this model will arrive to other regions, but if the past is any indication, this will most likely be exclusive to Asia.

Source: MMDDJ_ (Twitter) via GSMArena

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