The Galaxy Y Lite comes with the same functionality as its earlier cousin, the Galaxy Y Duos including dual SIM.
Korean mobile brand, Samsung has launched a new Android smartphone, called the Galaxy Y Duos Lite, in India. The Samsung Galaxy Y Duos Lite comes with the same functionality as its earlier cousin, the Galaxy Y Duos including dual SIM capability.
It has Android Gingerbread 2.3 operating system which offers compatibility with most of the Android applications available in the Google Play Store.
The 832 MHz single core processor on the Samsung Galaxy Y Duos Lite makes sure that the device never runs out of breath even while multi tasking. Along with that the device features a 2 megapixel full focus camera capable of taking both images as well as videos.
The Galaxy y Duos lite offers 4 GB of user memory which can be further expanded by a SD memory card up to 32 GB. There's an in-built FM radio, WiFi and HSDPA 3.6 connectivity for faster data downloads and jitter free multimedia on the go.
It has average features like a 5 inch display with 480x800 pixels resolution and Android KitKat operating system.
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