Samsung debuts dual-SIM GALAXY S DUOS for Europe and other markets

Samsung debuts dual-SIM GALAXY S DUOS for Europe and other markets

Samsung Mobile has announced the next Android smartphone headed to Europe, unveiling the dual-SIM DUOS.  Expected to hit the streets starting in September, the Android 4.0 device features a 1GHz processor, 4GB internal storage, 4-inch (480×800) display, microSD expansion, a 5-megapixel camera, and a 1500mAh battery.

Samsung advises that the dual-SIM technology gives users added flexibility beyond having two phone numbers.

"‘Dual SIM Always on’ feature allows you to receive calls on one SIM number while taking a call from the other, ensuring that you can manage both personal and work commitments without ever missing a call. You also have the flexibility of selecting different billing plans for either SIM, switching between them at your convenience."

Look for the Galaxy S DUOS to deploy in Europe in September and then gradually roll out to additional territories.  Pricing and exact availability should be made available in the coming weeks.

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18 Comments

  1. cbstryker
    August 20, 10:33 Reply

    I honestly think having two SIMs in phone should be standard. It would make having your company give you a phone much easier. I don’t even bother with my work phone because I don’t want to give up my personal number, and it works well since I have unlimited calling. But if I had two SIMS in my phone I could use the company line also, and pay less for my own cell plan.

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