Samsung introduces the Galaxy S DUOS, dual SIM and Ice Cream Sandwich
Samsung has just introduced another member of the already large family with Galaxy Galaxy S DUOS, a terminal rather interesting that comes with the exterior design of the latest Galaxy S III, the technical performance of the hardware level and Galaxy S the possibility of using two sims cards as the main identity.
The launch is set for September in Europe and then will expand in the months following the American continent. The version of Android is Android Factory Ice Cream Sandwich 4.1 and although we know that will be upgraded to Jelly Bean, we still find out when.
In terms of performance we are not far from a terminal high-end but the 1Ghz processor, 4-inch screen, a 5 Megapixel camera over 4GB of internal memory (probably its weakest, albeit extendable) and the 1500mAh battery as a terminal positioned as lower-middle range but probably carry a premium price far more affordable than the last terminal company logo as the Galaxy S III, S II Galaxy or the Note.
As for the possibility of using 2 SIMs, but it has always been quite popular in certain sectors of the Asian market will have to wait and see how it behaves in Europe. The possibilities it can offer a phone with dual card and can be particularly useful abroad, to use a more local SIM itself, for example, to divide personal life and work or to take advantage of the data rate of a company and the voice of another fee.Tags: Dual SIM, Galaxy S DUOS, launch, Samsung