Live images of Samsung SM-W2017 ‘Veyron’ clamshell smartphone spotted

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The era of the flip phone seems to be making its way once again, at least in China. Samsung released an entry-level clamshell smartphone the Galaxy folder 2 in China a few days back. Samsung is also working on a high-end clamshell smartphone codenamed ‘Veyron’ as reported by SamMobile. Now, live images of the Samsung SM-W2017 ‘Veyron’ have  surfaced in China by serial leaker @ice_universe has leaked the images of the rumored Veyron flip phone that could be announced soon.

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The Samsung SM-W2017 sports a 4.2-inch 1080p display according to some earlier reports. It is expected to feature the high-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal storage. The device features the same glass-and-metal sandwich design as seen in the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy Note 7 smartphones. It will also be equipped with NFC, MST, and Samsung Pay features. The image also showcases a fingerprint scanner at the back of the high-end flip phone.

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In the imaging department, the Samsung SM-W2017 uses a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera sensor with dual-pixel phase-detection autofocus, 4K video recording, and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera. The smartphone is expected to feature a smaller 2,000mAh battery and a USB-Type C port. This will make the SM-W2017 the second smartphone from Samsung to feature this modern port. Currently, Samsung hasn’t scheduled any launch event for the device, but we expect the official launch to happen soon.

[Source: Weibo]

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Onkar is an Engineer by profession and an ardent smartphone geek. He is associated with MySmartPrice since 2016. He is an expert at scouring the interweb for smartphone leaks. Onkar has a knack for finding out leaks about smartphones and other devices from the internet's deep dark web. He has previously worked as a contributor for AndroidSpin. He is trying hard to turn the entire team into leak mongers, but it is not turning out the way he wants.

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