Sunday , March 18 2018

Samsung announces Galaxy Golden, Android flip phone


Samsung have announced another Android powered flip phone for the Korean market. The phone features two 3.7-inch Super AMOLED touchscreens, runs Android 4.2.1, powered by a 1.7GHz Dual-Core CPU, and has an 8MP rear camera.

The Galaxy Golden is targeted at the older generation of users with its larger buttons. It also has a pedometer built in to make the most of S Health which is also installed on the device. It also includes an FM Radio and a $700 price tag, so it might not be the best buy given its price, especially when the Galaxy S4 has the Easy Mode home screen to make it easier for users with its larger icons and buttons.

Source: Samsung Tomorrow.
Via: Engadget.

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4 Comments on "Samsung announces Galaxy Golden, Android flip phone"

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Valued Guest

It has the necessary features and stands out in the croud full of bar phones.

Valued Guest

Only a year or 2 too late, if it was $350 that would be pushing it for the older generation. Market missed.

Valued Guest

700 – Tell ‘im ‘e’s dreaming

Ausdroid Reader

Don’t know if it’s awesome or silly.
The $700 makes it tough though.

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