Samsung will be launching the dual SIM version of the Galaxy S smartphone by the end of August this year.
With the success of its Dual SIM range of Android devices like Galaxy Ace Duos and Galaxy Y Duos, Samsung is planning to up the ante by bringing in dual SIM version of its popular Galaxy S handset, which will also be the most expensive dual SIM offering from the south Korean electronics major.
Sources inside Samsung told The Mobile Indian, "Samsung is planning to launch the Galaxy S Duos but it will be only by end of next month".
It will get Android 4.0 operating system and 1 Ghz Cortex A5 processor couple with Adreno 200 GPU. In terms of camera, you will get 5 megapixel auto focus unit at the back.
The phone will sport two GSM SIM cards. It will be 10.5mm thick with 120 grams weight and will come with a 4 inch screen with 489x800 pixel resolution. There will be 4 GB internal memory in the phone which will also have external storage of upto 32GB. The pricing is expected to be in the range of Rs 21,000.
Tizen mobile platform is based on the Linux Kernel and is being backed by Samsung and Intel together.
Samsung had recently announced its first Tizen OS based smartphone, Tizen Z1, in India for Rs 5,700.
Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Plus looks like an upgraded version of Galaxy Grand Neo. It will be based on Android KitKat and will have a 5 inch WVGA display.
After poor sales of Samsung Galaxy S5, all eyes are now on Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone - the Galaxy S6.
As of now it will be very difficult to comment who's philosophy is better simply because Android has to a large extent proved it with its low-cost devices.
Samsung Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5 smartphones are being sold for Rs 20,500 and Rs 25,500 respectively.
All the four handsets come with quad core processor, 16 GB internal storage, 64 GB expandable storage slot and are priced below Rs 25,000
The highlight of the phone is its unique curved edge screen that provides quick access to frequently used apps, alerts and device functionality.
The S6 is expected to be launched early next year during the CES event.
The highlight of the phone is its Edge unique curved Edge screen that provides quick access to frequently used apps, alerts and device functionality.