August 20, 2012 | by Natesh Sood
Samsung is preparing to launch a new mid-range Android smartphone — one that features dual-SIM ports, which allows for additional communication benefits.
The Samsung Galaxy S Duos bears strong resemblance to the Galaxy S III, but the specs are much lower-range. However, the key selling point of the Duos is the fact that it offers two SIM ports, meaning you can have two numbers call and text seamlessly. The Duos is aimed at professionals who have a work and personal cell phone, but do not want to carry two separate devices. Having two SIM slots offers one device for both numbers.
In terms of its specs, the Duos features Android 4.0, a 4 inch touch screen display, 5MP rear facing camera, VGA front facing camera, 1GHz processor, 4GB of on-board storage, and a 1500 mAh battery. If you are interested in Samsung’s latest mid-range device, then you will want to pay close attention to your European carrier come September when the Duos launches in Europe. Samsung expects to launch it in other unannounced territories after its initial launch.