Today we have a really good news for those who own two active SIM cards and need one device for them. We have just spotted two Samsung dual-SIM phones available unlocked, contract free and at lower prices. The Samsung Galaxy Y Duos can be yours today for just $134.64 and the Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos featured with QWERTY keyboard will set you back $208.
Both phones are dual-SIM, which means that you can insert two SIM cards and have two separate numbers on one device. Now you will be able to answer your work number or private number easily and quickly, without rummaging in your purse in search for the other phone. A huge plus is that you can use both cards simultaneously, meaning you can chat on one line and at the same time download data on the second. Sounds good, doesn’t it?
Learn more about Samsung Galaxy Y Duos
The Samsung Galaxy Y Duos features a 3.1-inch QVGA screen with a 320 x 240 pixel resolution and support for 262K colors, while the screen in the Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos is noticeably smaller thanks to a full QWERTY keyboard – the display is 2.6 inches and has the same resolution and colors support.
Both devices are powered by an 832 MHz processor, which is not the fastest one, and offer 512 MB of internal memory, which for most people feels like nothing today, but given that the memory can be expanded up to 32 GB via microSD card, there is no reason to complain. The Galaxy Y Duos packs only 290 MB of RAM; the Galaxy Y Pro Duos looks a little better with its 384 MB.
Both Duos are equipped with a camera, or in case of the Y Pro, there are two shooters. The Galaxy Y Duos sports a 3.0 megapixel rear camera with 2x zoom and various shooting options, for example shot modes (single, smile and panorama), photo effects (black / white, negative and sepia) and white balance (auto, daylight, incandescent, fluorescent and cloudy). The camera in the Y Pro is of 3.2 megapixel and there is a secondary VGA shooter on the front for self portraits and video chatting.
Unfortunately, both devices runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which is quite antiquated by today’s standards, but on the bright side we can add that it comes with the intuitive and easy to use TouchWiz user interface. Both phones provide access to Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, and Picasa.
In terms of connectivity, there is Bluetooth 3.0 HS, USB 2.0 High Speed, WAP 2.0 / HTTP and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n with Wi-Fi hotspot capability to share the internet connection with other devices.
Other features of the Galaxy Y Duos include: music player compatible with MP3, WAV, and eAAC+ files, video player supporting MP4, WMV and H.264 files, A-GPS, email client, accelerometer, proximity, compass, organizer, calendar, clock, alarm, calculator, document viewer, voice memo, voice dial and predictive text input.