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.
Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562 will get 3G connectivity (only on primary SIM) along with WiFi, WiFi hotspot and Bluetooth 3.0 functionality.
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.
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