Thanks to GSM Arena we’re able too take a look at the Galaxy S Duos – device, which looks a lot like the Galaxy S3, though this actually makes a lot of sense – after all, it’s just natural for Samsung to try and make their budget-friendly devices more popular by making them look more like their top-selling (and most powerful) smartphone – the Galaxy S3. The Galaxy S Duos (otherwise known as S7562), though, is is quite a lot more modest in terms of hardware specifications: it features a 4″ display with a WVGA resolution, a single-core Snapdragon MSM7227 processor, running at 1 gHz and 512MB of RAM memory.
It also has two cameras – 5MP main one and a VGA front-facing shooter for video calls, 4GB of built-in memory and is running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich – overall there’s nothing special about this phone, but on the other hand it’s main feature is supposed to be the dual-SIM card support – something, which can make your life a lot easier, if you normally need more than one phone. The Galaxy S Duos is expected to be released in India before the end of this summer. B. A.