Last week the image of the Galaxy Y Pro DUOS was leaked online and today, Samsung has officially announced the devices. Just like the phones’ names suggest: they will both feature the dual SIM capability. Though the Android devices are designed for young professionals they pack pretty modest specs that don’t stand a chance against high-end devices like the Galaxy Nexus or DROID RAZR. But for folks who just need a phone to help them with their day to day activities and receive email from work, they’ll do just find.
The Galaxy Y DUOS packs a 3.14″ QVGA (240 x 320) display, a 3-megapixel rear camera, Android 2.3 (with Samsung TouchWiz), WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS. The Galaxy Y Pro DUOS features a smaller 2.6″ LQVGA display, a 3-megapixel rear camera, a front facing VGA camera, and a BlackBerry-style keyboard below the display. No word on pricing but judging by their specs, I doubt they will cost too much. The phones will go on sale January 2012 in Europe, Russia, Latin America, Asia, Africa and China.
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