We haven’t heard all that much about the Samsung Galaxy Y Pro
, well, probably because it isn’t one of Sammy’s high-flying smartphones, but rather, it’s aimed as an entry model unit targeting a younger audience
with its sensitive price. Interestingly though, it appears that the Korean based company is planning to bring to market a slightly modified version – the Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos
Being classified as a “pro
” model, it’s obviously going to be packing that keyboard to keep users blistering away when it comes to sending text messages, but this Duos version packs one unique feature. Apparently, considering that this is part of the Duos family, it’s believed to be a dual-SIM enabled
handset – meaning, it’ll accept two SIM cards.
Underneath it all, the Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos is very much like the original model, except that this one actually packs a front-facing camera. Specifically, it features a 2.6” QVGA display, 832MHz processor, 3.2-megapixel rear camera, microSD card slot, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
So far, there is no detailed information about the handset’s release or price point, but it’s more than likely to be released in markets like Asia first where dual-SIM handsets are widely used. Still, if you really need to have two phone numbers on your phone, you can always resort to importing this baby.
via GSM Arena
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