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Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 Smartphone

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Jun 26, 2017

Category: Tech

Just a couple of months ago, we got a huge dose of nostalgia in the form of Nokia’s 3310, a revived version of their infamous “brick” cell phone. Unfortunately, that offering wasn’t very different from the original. That meant that anyone looking to pick up a retro styled phone with modern tech built-in was left twiddling their thumbs. Well, good news for those folks: Samsung has just released their own ’90s styled cell phone offering, the Galaxy Folder 2.

If you think that this phone looks suspiciously like the old Motorola RAZR, you’re not alone. It does, however boast some way more modern features. For instance, it offers up to 256 gigs of storage, 2 gigs of RAM, and a 1.4 GHz processor. And it runs the Android 6.0 operating system. That’s right, it’s essentially a smartphone. But, don’t get too excited, as this 3.8-inch display retro smartphone (which also happens to have a removable battery) is presently only available in South Korea for about $260 USD.

Learn More: Samsung

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