Leading mobile phone manufacturer Samsung Mobile planning to launch dual-SIM versions for two of its best selling android smartphones; Galaxy Y and Galaxy Y Pro. These smartphones are named as Galaxy Y Duos and Galaxy Y Pro Duos; Duos used for dual SIM phones. Company officials reveals about full phone specifications but priced are kept reserved. These are last releases by Samsung for this year, 2011.
New smartphones are some what identical to their counterparts. Only improvement are dual SIM slots, greater performance with increased RIM, display modifications and larger battery. Here are comparison for both products:
The Galaxy Y Duos:
This smartphone has a slightly larger 3.14-inch display compared to its single-SIM variant, with the same 320×240 pixel resolution. It has a 1,300 mAh battery, compared to the earlier 1,200 mAh one, and weighs in 109 grams.
The Galaxy Y Pro Duos:
Galaxy y Pro Duos has the same sized screen, with a higher resolution than its single-SIM variant, at 400×240 pixels. It also has a front-facing VGA camera in addition, as well as 1,350 mAh battery, and weighs in at roughly 112 grams.
All the other specs are same for both models. Both phones are equipped with ChatON, Samsung’s communication service and the Social Hub, which funnels e-mail, social network profiles and instant messaging to one inbox. The presence of the physical keyboard is intended to give the handset a Blackberry feel for professionals who prefer typing emails and text messages on a physical keyboard.