Samsung Galaxy S Duos, that looks a lot like Samsung's flagship Galaxy S III, has popped up on popular website GSM Arena.
While the Galaxy S Duos may pass off as the Samsung Galaxy S III at a first glance, on closer inspection, there are quite a few differences. The screen is 4-inches compared to the S III's 4.8-inches, which means there's more room at the top on the S Duos. The screen on the dual-SIM sporting Galaxy S Duos is 480x800 TFT display compared to the S III's 720x1280 AMOLED display.
As per the specifications on the website, the Samsung Galaxy S Duos will come with 4GB internal storage, a 5-megapixel camera, 1 Ghz Cortex-A5 processor and 512MB RAM. It will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Samsung had launched three dual-SIM phones in February, the Galaxy Ace Duos (GSM+CDMA), the Galaxy Y Pro Duos and Galaxy Y Duos. In June, Samsung unveiled the GSM+GSM version of the Galaxy Ace Duos for Rs. 15,090.
See our review of the Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos.
The Samsung Galaxy S Duos is listed as "coming soon", with no estimate on the price or availability.
Samsung Galaxy S Duos key specifications
- 4.0-inch 480x800 TFT display
- 1 Ghz Cortex-A5 processor
- 4GB internal storage
- 5-megapixel camera
- 512MB RAM
- Dual-SIM (GSM+GSM)
- Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich