Samsung intros two dual SIM Galaxy Y smartphones

Samsung has officially introduced the latest offerings to the Galaxy Y lineup. The new smartphones are two and they both feature dual SIM card support and Android software.

The first newcomer – the Samsung Galaxy Y Duos strongly resembles the standard Samsung Galaxy Y. It comes with a larger 3.14-inch display with QVGA resolution at 243×320 pixels. The phone is run by a 832 MHz processor. On the back there’s a 3-megapixel camera. The smartphone also comes with 3G connectivity with HSDPA and there’s also a microSD card slot that accepts microSD cards with capacity of up to 32 GB.

The second offering – Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos comes with a smaller 2.6-inch display that supports WQVGA resolution of 400×240 pixels. The main difference compared to the Samsung Galaxy Y Duos is the presence of a full QWERTY keyboard. The rest of the specs are the same.

Samsung Galaxy Y Dual SIM

The two handsets will make their official store debuts in January next year in Europe, Russia, Latin America, Asia, Africa and China.


Source: Phonearena

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