Samsung SCH-i929 and Dual-screen SCH-W999 Coming to China Telecom


Samsung has two new handsets headed for China. Taking its cues from the Galaxy S II LTE, the Samsung SCH-i929 is a dual-core smartphone clocked at 1.5GHz. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon MSM8660 powers the show. The phone features a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED display at 480×800 resolution and 8MP camera. The main difference between the handset and the GS2 LTE is the lack of 4G support. The SCH-i929 carries GSM and CDMA2000 connectivity.

For the second device we get a form factor that isn’t all that common. The Samsung SCH-W999 picks up where the SCH-W899 left off and sports two 3.5-inch 480×800 AMOLED displays in a clamshell design. When flipped open the device resembles something more akin to a feature phone than any smartphone, but this is all Android. Similarly to the SCH-i929, the SCH-W999 carries an MSM8660 processor and GSM/CDMA2000 connectivity. Both handsets are destined for China Telecom.

[via Engadget]

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  1. Ok people…start bashing the dual screen like u guys did with LG’s doubletake.

  2. I would have to see that dual screen in person. Sounds interesting tho.

  3. That flip phone is something that is needed in this candy bar filled world.

    1. Yeah alot of old school users are still scared of the new tech and touch screens. This will definitely get them off to a good start as far as coming over to Android. It’ll give them the comfort of the familiar flip phone factor but with the power of Android for when they are ready to use it.

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