Samsung surprised less this time with the Galaxy S Duos, but that doesn't mean it's a bad phone.
The major handset makers were on the Chinese wave and began manufacturing handsets that supported two, three and even four SIM cards. But these products are usually low-cost phones or smartphones. Android slow, with bad cameras and little storage space. Changing this story a little, Samsung announced today a more attractive dual chip: the Galaxy s Duos.
The Galaxy S Duos mimics the design of the Galaxy S III, but is almost 2 millimeters thick. It comes with pretty decent dual-chip configurations: it runs on Ice Cream Sandwich, has a generous 4-inch screen with 480800 resolution, 5 megapixel rear camera and 4 GB of internal storage with up to 32 GB microSD support.
Even above average, the Galaxy S Duos would not (or should not) be positioned in the high end market: hardware comparable to the original Galaxy S and includes 1 GHz single core processor, 512 MB RAM and Adreno 200 GPU, which Nowadays it doesn't have such amazing performance in games. In addition, its camera only records 854480 resolution video and the screen does not have the famous Super AMOLED panel.
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