Samsung Electronics has introduced the Galaxy Golden, a flip smartphone in South Korea targeting an older generation that prefers basic phone features, reports Korea JoongAng Daily. The hybrid device is powered by Android's Jelly Bean 4.2. The Galaxy Golden is equipped with two Amoled 3.7-inch touch screens, one on the cover and the other inside, as well as a keypad, 8-megapixel camera and LTE. The Galaxy Golden is widely recognized as the 'Seongryong' phone, named after the Korean pronunciation of Hong Kong actor Jackie Chan, who modeled the device in China in late 2012 when Samsung chose the country to first release the product. The Galaxy Golden smartphone is priced at KRW 799,700 and is sold through SK Telecom and KT.