A week back we reported that Samsung was planning to launch Galaxy Y Pro Duos dual-SIM handset and now we see Samsung making the handset official by launching two handsets in the Galaxy Duos series.
The Galaxy Y Duos is a full screen dual-SIM handset running on an 832 GHz processor. The Duos features a 3.14 inch QVGA (243 x 320) touchscreen, runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, has a three megapixel camera at the rear, is HSDPA capable and has a microSD slot which will allow users to expand the memory up to 32GB. Galaxy Y Duos also features ChatON, which is Samsung’s cross-platform communication service. Also users can also stay connected through Social Hub, which supports email, social network integration and instant messaging, displaying all of your communication in a single inbox.
The Galaxy Y Pro Duos is a QWERTY handset with dual-SIM capability featuring a 2.6 inch LQVGA TFT display and a full QWERTY physical keyboard. The Pro Duos is loaded with Polaris which offers easy viewing and editing of a wide range of Office documents, enabling you to work with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and even PDF files. It also features Find My Mobile Service Thus ensuring peace-of-mind by letting users remotely lock the phone at anytime, as well as trace the phone or remotely wipe its contents in case of loss or theft. Users of Pro Duos can also enjoy Social Hub Premium, offering support for push email and messaging, and seamless calendar and contact synchronization between the phone and users’ Google, Yahoo and MSN accounts.
Both the devices will be available from January in Europe, Russia, Latin America, Asia, Africa and China. There is still no word on pricing but going by the specs it can fall under the mid-price range.