Samsung mobile seems to be testing a new Galaxy smartphone according to a listing on the benchmarking website, GFXBench. This handset is happened to be the successor to Samsung's flip Android phone called, Galaxy Folder that never made its way to Indian shores. However, according to an earlier news, Indian import tracking website, Zauba listed the components of the new smartphones including a 3.8-inch display. This might be an indication that the handset maker might be planning to bring the new device to India. It is being speculated that the handset would be first launched in China and then in South Korea.
According to the GFXBench image, Samsung galaxy folder 2 runs on the latest Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 operating system out of the box. The device is powered by a Quad-core processor that has been clocked at 1.4 GHz and has 2 GB of RAM boosting the performance. We already know that the handset features a 3.8-inch display, which offers a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. The listing also reveals that the device has 8 mp camera on the rear panel and 5 mp camera on the front. The internal storage on this handset is 16 GB and we do not have any idea yet whether the storage can be expanded or not. This smartphone definitely would appeal to lot of users in India, however, it remains to be seen whether or not the brand will bring it to India.