Dual SIM handsets are generally liked by people who either find carrying two handsets inconvenient or wish to combine their phone plans in order to save money. Samsung targeted such customers by launching Samsung Galaxy S Duos. I was instantly impressed with the device. TheSamsung Galaxy S Duos Specification list was quite decent which promised a solid Smartphone experience within a reasonable budget.
- Quad-band GSM as well as dual-band 3G support
- HSDPA support
- Dual Mini-SIM slots which allow you to use two SIMs in one handset
- 4 inch LCD capacitive TFT touchscreen with 16M-color and 480 x 800 pixels resolution
- 1 GHz ARM Cortex A5 processor
- Adreno 200 GPU
- Qualcomm MSM7227A chipset
- RAM of 768 MB is available to the user
- Android v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system facilitated with TouchWiz 4.0 UI customization
- Rear camera of 5 mega pixel with comes with autofocus feature and LED flash. It also features geo tagging and smile detection.
- Front facing VGA camera, which allows to take video calls
- Internal storage of 4 GB, which is expandable with the use of micro SD card slot
- Wi-Fi connectivity and DLNA
- GPS with A-GPS connectivity
- Digital compass
- Micro USB port (charging)
- Stereo Bluetooth connectivity
- Standard 3.5 mm audio jack
- FM radio with RDS
- Document editor and pre installed File manager
- A few free Samsung Apps
- Accelerometer as well as proximity sensor
All Samsung Galaxy S Duos Featuresare amazing except a few shortfalls that I came to know after using the handset personally.
- Shutter key is absent
- There is no ambient light sensor
But in comparison to the Samsung Galaxy S Duos PriceI could easily ignore such small flaws.
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