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Freak Show: Samsung Launches a Quad-Core, Dual-Screen Android Flip Phone in China

If China’s shanzhai phone-makers have taught big companies anything, it’s that you’ve got to give your customers what they want, even if what they want is absolutely mental. That brings us to Samsung’s new W2013 (pictured right), a charmingly-named quad-core dual-screen Android flip phone made only for the Chinese market.

The Samsung W2013 runs Android 4.0, and Engadget reckons that it’s probably rocking one of Samsung’s own Exynos 4412 processors. It also has a whopping 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera, making it great for video calls. Perhaps it’s not so nuts after all.

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