Korean mobile brand, Samsung has announced a 2.8 inch display based Android smartphone, called as the Samsung Galaxy Pocket, earlier this March. And Samsung has now unveiled an all new addition to the Galaxy Pocket range of smartphone in the form of Samsung Galaxy Pocket Duos. The Pocket Duos comes with the same functionality inside a smaller package but only this time with a dual SIM (GSM network) capability.
The Samsung Galaxy Pocket Duos has 103.9 mm height and 57.9 mm width along with a 12.9 mm thickness. The device features a 2.8 inch display with a resolution of 230 x 320 pixels. The operating system on the device is Google’s Android Gingerbread 2.3 which offers compatibility with maximum applications found on Google Play Store. Further, its 832 MHz single core processor makes sure that the device never runs out of breath even while multi tasking.
The Galaxy Pocket offers 3 GB of user memory out of which 2 GB memory is available to the user, but it can be further expanded by a SD memory card up to an additional 32 GB to store applications, MP3 files and photos. There’s an in-built FM radio which can be used to tune into your favorite radio station. The phone comes with high-speed WiFi and HSDPA 3.6 connectivity for faster data downloads and jitter free multimedia on the go.
The Galaxy Pocket Duos features Samsung’s ChatON cross-platform communication service that connects all phone users into a single community, enabling spontaneous messaging, group chatting and content sharing so users can stay in touch more easily.
The device is expected to hit the global market by the end of this month and it is expected to be priced similar to the Samsung Galaxy Y.