670°
Submitted by bf1949 563d ago | news

Samsung Hennessy is official: a dual-screen flip-phone with a quad-core CPU

Engadget.com: While we'd like to feign surprise at Samsung's official reveal of another dual-screen Android flip phone, yesterday's leak gave us ample warning. Samsung's Chinese website has officially outed the Hennessy (W789), and it boasts a pair of 3.3-inch 320x480 touch displays and runs Android 4.1 on a 1.2GHz quad-core CPU. (Phones)

Ramon3MR  +   563d ago
Awesome
bf1949  +   563d ago
fixed
Tzuno  +   562d ago
ohh yeees now the bomb just got 4x more powerfull :)
dilawer  +   562d ago
mighty flippity flips are back! :D
Edito  +   562d ago
Cool but i think it's not for me :)
Agent_hitman  +   562d ago
Fliptop phones are the thing of the past Samsung!.. Bad idea..
eferreira  +   562d ago
is this 1996?
TwistedMetal  +   562d ago
is this the Nintendo ds phone?
r21  +   562d ago
Flip phones are cool. Shame mine doesnt do that :C
worldwidegaming  +   562d ago
Would love an option!
Flotche  +   562d ago
IM LOVE FLIP PHONE! IM READY 4 THAT!
mushroomwig  +   562d ago
It's about time flip-phones made a come back. You can't dramatically hang up on somebody with a touchscreen!
Dagobert  +   562d ago
That's true.
SilentNegotiator  +   562d ago
It "boasts" 320x480 screens?

And that front side already defeats the need to open it up. What is the benefit of the phone flipping?
Dagobert  +   562d ago
I actually think it's nice, I mean not everyone is into touc screen only phones.
Sahil  +   555d ago
wow, that's one thick phone!!! I'm sure Samsung will have to give this one away too so they can inflate their shipment numbers.

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
30°

7 things Net neutrality won't do

3h ago - After the FCC adopted new Net neutrality rules, consumers are left scratching their heads about w... | Services
30°

These Tiny Satellites Just Left The International Space Station

3h ago - A pair of nanosatellites were deployed by the NanoRacks Launcher on the end of the Japanese robot... | Culture