Samsung W2018 flip phone is official and has the world’s widest smartphone camera aperture

The Samsung W2018 is an attempt to bring flip phones back into the realm of the devices that now feature a bezel-less design. Though your mind will be focusing on the upcoming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, please try to put up a little attention towards the company’s flip phone, which features outstanding hardware.

Samsung W2018 flip phone is official and has the world’s widest smartphone camera aperture

The Samsung W2018 features a Snapdragon 835, which is constant with the American-based version of the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and the Galaxy Note 8. However, it one-ups the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+ because, alongside the Snapdragon 835, it features 6GB of RAM. Since it is a flip phone, you will be left disappointed by its rather tiny 4.2-inch Super AMOLED display, which otherwise will produce rich colors with a high contrast ratio.

The resolution of the display is 1080p, and we are actually glad that Samsung did not break the pixel boundary with the announcement of the W2018. Unfortunately, this flip phone sports a 2,300mAh battery, so keeping the resolution limited to 1080p was a wise decision.

You might not experience the best battery life on a smartphone, but it will be pleasing enough for the average user. Perhaps one feature that will raise the bar for smartphones is its camera aperture. The Samsung W2018 flip phone 2018 has beaten the company’s best flagship of 2017, the Galaxy Note 8 with a camera aperture value of f/1.5.

This will let lots of light to enter the lens of the 12MP camera, resulting in better than average photos to be shot in low-light conditions. Unluckily, Samsung will be keeping the smartphone limited to China, but there are other ways to pick it up if you wish.

Just make sure to tally the networking information and see if the W2018 flip phone will be compatible with your network. If you have a huge love towards flip phones and want to experience the best possible raw performance from an Android-powered phone, this is the device for you.

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