Samsung has launched two latest smartphones that support dual-SIM. They have been named the Galaxy Y Duos and Galaxy Y Pro Duos. The phones run on the Android OS from Google and have been targetted for young professionals who wish for two SIMs to be accommodated on their phones at a single point of time.
The phones are going to be made available from January 2012 in Europe, Russia, China, India, Africa and the Middle East among other places. The Y Duos has been provided with full touchscreen and provided with a metal casing that is polished. It has a touchscreen display of 3.14-inch.
The Pro Duos is provided with QWERTY key pad along with 2.6-inch display. This has been targeted at people of the business segment and along with dual-SIM support has been provided with pre-installed apps including Find My Mobile and Polaris.
Both these sets will be using the Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS and have been provided with the TouchWiz customized user interface.
Both the smartphones have been provided with a medium sized 832MHz processor for powering its OS. Samsung is expected to affordably price these phones for its customers.