Updated on 24 Sep. 2019:
Samsung Galaxy W20 5G takes another step towards the official announcement. In the past few hours, the Korean company’s future flip phone has received the Wi-Fi Alliance certification which confirms the presence of the Android 9.0 Pie operating system and compatibility with 2.4 and 5GHz networks.
Samsung W20 5G – this could be the name of the new Samsung flip phone 2019 variant of the W2020 will be compatible with the new generation 5G network. It is the Ice universe leak that reports on Twitter the image of a poster dedicated to the new Samsung flip phone.
We have been gone for some time, but in South Korea and in China the flip cell phones are still very much in demand so that Samsung continues to churn out at least once a year. Obviously, we still talk about the high-end smart flip phone.
The Samsung W20 5G android flip phone with 512GB of built-in (UFS 3.0) storage, and two Super AMOLED displays, one internal and one external, 4.2 inches in a ratio of 16:9 with FHD resolution. There is no precise information for the processor that should still be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 supported by 8GB of RAM, in line with the current Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10.
A similar argument should be made in the photographic sector as last year’s model had the same configuration as Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9. As for the battery, on the other hand, it is likely that 3070mAh will not be exceeded.
At the moment there is still no information regarding a release date, prices, and availability on the market.