Samsung has launched the Galaxy Y Duos Lite an affordable android smartphone for Rs. 6,900 and the Samsung Galaxy S Duos – not a lighter version though for Rs. 17,900. Both these handsets have got the Duos advantage i.e. Dual SIM capabilities.
Samsung Galaxy Y Duos Lite
This lighter version of Android phone from Samsung, priced at Rs. 6,900 comes with basic necessities. It sports a 2.8 inch screen with below average 320×240 pixels resolution. The processing speed is @ 832MHz via a single core processor.
This handset runs on Android 2.3, comes with 3gigs of internal storage and RAM I think will be under 512MB. MicroSD card is supported. Other features included are 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, 2MP rear camera and 3.5mm jack. A 1200 mAh battery will power this handset.
Price Rs. 6,900
Samsung Galaxy S Duos
For a price of around Rs. 17K you can own the Samsung Galaxy S Duos which incidentally looks like the Samsung Galaxy S3. This smartphone runs on ICS (Android 4.0) OS with dual SIM always on mode.
With the dual SIM always on mode, when the user who is busy on call using SIM 1 gets a call on the SIM 2, it is forwarded to SIM 1, and the caller does not get a not reachable message. Moreover the user also gets a call waiting tone and can switch and receive the call on SIM 1 forwarded through SIM 2.
The display screen is 4 inches with impressive resolution of 800×480 pixels. There is a 5mp rear auto focus camera and a VGA front camera. The RAM is 512MB with single core 1GHz processing power. The internal storage is 4GB with microSD support. A 1500 mAh battery powers this handset.
Price Rs. 17,900
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