Interesting news coming for all those who are looking for a dual-sim smartphone that is equipped with the Android OS and, preferably, has been developed by Samsung because, in recent days, the well-known South Korean company has officially unveiled two new devices reflecting through and around these features.
It is, specifically, the Samsung Galaxy and Galaxy Y Y PRO, two entry-level products designed to meet the needs in the best possible way users belonging to the emerging markets.
The two devices, of which one is available to start post a screenshot, are equipped for version 2.3 of Android, have a 3-megapixel camera with fixed focus and, as regards the issue of connectivity, integrated support for HSDPA up to 7.2 Mbps, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, micro USB and FM radio.
Analyzing in a much more specific characteristics of both devices it appears that the Samsung Galaxy Y, also known as Samsung B5510 Duos Y Galaxy, is a full-touch screen with a 3.14-inch QVGA resolution of 320 × 240 pixels.
The device also has a 348 MB RAM and a 512 MB internal, which, however, may well be expanded up to 32 GB using the appropriate slot for microSD cards.
In the specific case of the Samsung Galaxy PRO Y, also known as Y-Pro Duos Samsung Galaxy, we find ourselves having to do with a smartphone that, unlike other model, sacrifices, minimally, the screen area through greater space for the keyboard.
This device, in fact, is equipped with a full QWERTY keyboard and a 2.6 inch LCD screen with QVGA resolution in landscape orientation.
The device also has the same amount of RAM the other model but, unlike the latter, has a significantly larger battery 1350 mAh.
At present, however, about the price, release date and the areas of marketing is not yet available, but no details, of course, soon Samsung will provide this info.