Samsung Launches Dual SIM smartphones in India

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Samsung launched Slew of Dual SIM smartphones in India. Namely- Galaxy Ace Duos, Galaxy Y Pro Duos, Galaxy Y Duos and two feature phones – the Champ Deluxe Duos and Star 3 Duos. With the new range of Dual SIM smarphones, href=”” rel=”homepage” target=”_blank” title=”Samsung”>Samsung aims to re-define the smartphone experience of users by offering them the convenience and savings of two mobiles in one handset.

Pricing & Specs:

“These devices combine the effectiveness of all smartphone features and give consumers the opportunity to maintain their work life balance. Dual SIM phones enable consumers to separate theirpersonal life from their professional life.”

– Ranjit Yadav , Samsung India’s country head (mobile & IT

Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos: Priced at Rs 16,900, this handset sports a 3.5-inch touchscreen display and is based on a 832MHz processor. It runs on Android Gingerbread and offers 7 hours of talk-time.

Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos: This one is also an Android device and offers a touch and type form factor. It sports a QWERTY keypad right beneath its 2.5-inch capacitive touch display, a 3.0MP fixed focus camera, Wi-Fi functionality and should be retailed for Rs 11,090.

Samsung Galaxy Y Duos: It is available in the market for Rs 10,490 and offers a 3.14-inch display. It is based on a 832 MHz processor and comes pre-loaded with Social Hub, Samsung messenger and Chat ON.

Samsung Champ Deluxe Duos: This feature phone is priced at Rs 4,790 and comes pre-embedded with a bunch of social networking apps like Facebook, Titter, GTalk, Yahoo and MSN. It packs in a 1.3MP camera, MP3 player, FM radio, a 3.5mm audio jack and offers other connectivity features such as Bluetooth and Push Mail with Activesync.

Samsung Star 3 Duos: This model is a sleek device and has a 3.0-inch QVGA display. Priced at Rs 6,290, this phone offers a 3.0MP camera and other features such as Push IM ([email protected], mFluent), Native SNS sites (Facebook Twitter) and Weather Widget.

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