Samsung Galaxy S DUOS unveiled
Here is yet another member of the Samsung Galaxy family that you might want to consider if you are in the market for a new smartphone and yet do not want to break your budget consideration – I am referring to the Samsung Galaxy S DUOS, and the name does drop a rather subtle hint of it carrying dual SIM card slots, meaning those who are extremely busy and need to attend to different phone numbers can now do so using a solitary handset, helping you relieve your pocket of some space to carry other more important things around.
Well, the Samsung Galaxy S DUOS is touted to be available from next month onwards (that would be September, mind you), with the roll out beginning from the continent of Old Europe first, before it spreads across the other territories.
What kind of hardware specifications do you think you are able to find underneath the hood of the Samsung Galaxy S DUOS? For starters, we do know that it will run on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, although there is still no word as to whether the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update is on its way, but chances are pretty high that it would.
The unique ‘Dual SIM Always on’ feature on the Samsung Galaxy S DUOS will allow you to receive calls on one SIM number, simultaneously letting you take a call from the other, so that you can handle both personal and work commitments without the need to miss a call, ever. Apart from that, you also have the flexibility and option of choosing different billing plans for either SIM, switching between them right there and then at your convenience without the need to reboot your smartphone.
A 4″ display should be enough to keep your eyes happy, while underneath the hood lies a 1GHz processor and a 1500mAh battery that delivers speedy multi-tasking regardless of the applications you run. Just in case the 4GB of internal memory is not enough, there is always a microSD memory card slot which lets you further augment the internal storage space. Are you interested in the Samsung Galaxy S DUOS?