The family of Samsung DUOS is due to receive a new member. And the candidate is the Galaxy S. As it appeared on the website of the U.S. FCC, the Asian giant has filed a Samsung Galaxy S DUOS with dual SIM card slot. In addition, we have met some of its features and then you count them:
First, the display of this new smartphone, which will continue to use Android operating system, have a size of four inches diagonally with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. That is, the same can be found in the original model that was presented last year 2,010, and began a family of intelligent terminals most famous-and successful – of the market.
Furthermore, the user can carry two phone numbers in one terminal: the professional and personal. This way you avoid carry over most pots. Furthermore, it can receive calls from either numbers at any time.
Meanwhile, Samsung bets on a Snapdragon mononucleosis with a working frequency of GHz will work with a RAM of 512 MB. Also, your memory will store up to four gigabytes, besides having a MicroSD slot up to 32 GB.
For those who were wondering, it will have two cameras. In the front you see a VGA sensor with which to make video calls, in the back is the five-megapixel main camera accompanied by a LED flash. Mind you, the user will forget to record videos in high definition, since as reported by the media GSMArena, only reach a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels (VGA) with a frequency of 30 frames per second.
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The Samsung Galaxy family has always been characterized by using Google’s mobile platform currently now in the Android 4.1 known under the name of Jelly Bean. However, if this model hits the market, the version that could be included within Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, although it is possible that you can upgrade to the version presented by the Nexus 7.
At the junction, the Samsung Galaxy S DUOS can browse websites through 3G phone networks next generation. In addition, one could say that one of the markets we are focused is the European: currently several models have appeared under the same nomenclature. The last one was the Samsung Galaxy Ace DUOS.
It also may use WiFi access points high speed, and share files with other computers through the Bluetooth technology. Samsung has not been forgotten and adds geo-location features into this model a GPS receiver with which the user can guide both in streets and on roads in a car.
So far not confirmed the date and time to market, let alone a sale price on the open market. But as reported by the specialized portal UnwiredView, its staging should happen soon.