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Samsung Announces Two Dual-SIM Galaxy Phones

Samsung has made announcement for two new dual-SIM phones for its Galaxy line of smartphones.

Dual-SIM phones act most convenient for a frequent traveler and for people who do not like to be tied down to any one of the networks. Samsung has delivered two new Android mobiles for dual-SIM fans in the form of Galaxy Y Duos and Galaxy Y Pro Duos.

The both of the above mentioned mobiles run on Android 2.3, which is also frequently known as Gingerbread, and are harmonious with GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz bands. There are some notable differences between these two models. The significant difference is that the regular Galaxy Y Duos is a full touchscreen phone, while the Pro model possesses a full hardware QWERTY keyboard. This difference leads to smaller screen for the Pro than the regular Duos, measuring 2.6 inches while the touchscreen model packs a 3.14 inch display.

Excluding these input method and display size, there is no considerable difference between these phones when compared to each other. Both mobiles run on 832 MHz processor, and boast a HSDPA modem, 3-megapixel camera, microSD support (up to 32GB) and Samsung’s TouchWiz Android UI.

The price is not yet mentioned for either of the phones. The mobiles are expected to be released in January 2012. It will be launched in Russia first. Nothing is mentioned about its release in U.S. But Samsung has mentioned subsequent launches for both phones in Europe, Latin America, Southeast and Southwest Asia, Middle East, Africa and China.

Source: tomsguide

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