Samsung however, has consistently launched Android powered flip phones in the Asian market, and to many's surprise, they're quite popular. This new flip phone gets a number of upgrades over last years model. The Snapdragon 835 chipset powers the smartphone along with 6 GB of RAM. It is a high-end device and will be available in Asia. It is equipped with a 12MP rear-facing primary camera with an aperture size of f/1.5, which is a first in the smartphone industry.
The fingerprint scanner located on the rear panel is very close to the camera.
The camera on the Samsung W2018 is much profound.
The Samsung W2018 has some amazing specs (and Bixby) to rival the Galaxy S8 and Note 8 ranges, and a camera with a wider aperture than that flagship pair. It features two displays: A Full HD 4.2-inch external screen, and a Full HD internal AMOLED display, same as its predecessor. It will be available in two storage models- Extreme Edition that comes with 64GB of internal storage and the Collector Edition which has 256GB of internal storage. According to an image by a Chinese leakster who goes by the Twitter handle UniverseIce, the Samsung W2018 features a camera aperture of F/1.5, beating the LG V30, which to refresh your info, sports a F/1.6 camera aperture. The device also has a D-pad and a numeric keypad for navigation.
At an event in China, Samsung finally took the wraps of the company's latest flip phone. The camera uses its own technology to auto select the aperture while taking photos in different conditions.
If you're not aware, flip phones were all the rage back in early 2000's with the Moto Razr being one of the most famous phones back in the day. The device supports dual SIM dual standby using the hybrid SIM slot.
During its launch, the Samsung Galaxy W2018's imaging department was without doubt the star of the show. JD and T Mobile have also started selling this phone. The release date for other markets will soon be announced by the giant. Except for hinge, the smartphone uses Corning Gorilla Glass.