Samsung Galaxy Pocket Duos 5302 the latest Android phone from Samsung

Remember the Galaxy Pocket handset? Well now it will get a dual advantage. The Samsung Galaxy Pocket Duos (5302) will be the newest addition in the dual SIM family. The price details are not known but this smartphone will be within the affordability range.

The Samsung Galaxy Pocket Duos will be low on features which will probably bring the price down further. The Galaxy Pocket S5300 is already selling for Rs. 6,299. The Pocket Duos (also known as 5302) specifications are identical to the S5300 model, with the dual SIM addition. This could also mean the price tag will be a little more than Rs. 6,299.

The pocket duos, sports a 2.8 inch screen with 320×240 pixels resolution (143ppi) with Android 2.3.6 along with TouchWiz UX UI. This dual SIM with dual Standby handset comes powered by an 832MHz single core processor with 3GB storage and MicroSD slot that can allow cards up to 32GB capacity.

There is a low res 2MP camera with features like scenes, geo tagging and smile detection to name a few. Videos can also be recorded in 320×240 pixels resolution at 15fps. The battery is of 1200mAh capacity similar to what found on the single SIM version.

Additional features are 3G, EDGE, GPRS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, USB, microUSB, GPS, tethering supported and FM radio. Estimated talktime on 2G network is about 15 hours and standby time is around 17 days. On 3G network the standby time is about 12 days and talktime of up to 6 hours. Samsung Galaxy Y Duos Lite S5302 is another handset recently announced that will hit the markets soon.

Samsung Galaxy Pocket Duos 5302

Samsung Galaxy Pocket Duos 5302 Key Features and Specifications

  • 832MHz Single core CPU.
  • 3GB internal storage, RAM unknown and MicroSD support.
  • Android gingerbread (2.3.6) with TouchWiz UX UI.
  • 2.8 inch screen @ 320×240 pixels resolution.
  • 2MP camera, no front camera.
  • 1200mAh battery with standby time of 410 hours (2G) and 310 hours (3G) ; Talktime of 6 to 15 hours on 2G and 3G networks respectively.

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