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Flip phones are all about the early 2000s. Back before touch screen was the thing to have, flip was what it was all about. So what happens when a mobile phone maker wants to introduce a flip phone in 2013, with dual touch screens? Well, it ends up in China. This is the Samsung W789 Hennessy:
Featuring Android 4.1, a 1.2 GHz quad core processor and a pair of 3.3 inch 320×480 displays, it won’t win any awards for performance. The phone also features a 5MP camera and dual SIM support.
The good thing about flip phones was no pocket dialing – with this phone you can use the top screen like a normal smartphone, then open it up when you need a proper tactile touchpad to type messages.
Source: Gadget Show