The Galaxy Golden runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and features two 3.7-inch Super AMOLED touch screens mounted back-to-back. The unconventional form factor is a smartphone take on the familiar clamshell design still used in many basic flip phones today. The design lets you access the smartphone screen in both closed and open positions.
Although it bears the Galaxy name, the Golden isn't on the same level as the Samsung Galaxy S4 flagship. Internal hardware includes a dual-core 1.7GHz processor, an 8-megapixel camera, and LTE support. As is the case with other Samsung smartphones, the Galaxy Golden provides an "Easy Mode" to help newbies transition from a feature phone to something smarter.
Decked in a champagne gold case, the phone also features a pedometer, an FM radio, and Samsung's S Health application.
The Samsung Galaxy Golden is expected to go on sale through South Korean carriers for 790,000 won ($700 US). Like the China-bound Hennessy, it is unlikely that Samsung will offer the Galaxy Golden in the United States (but we'll still try to get our hands on it anyway).