Dual-SIM Galaxy Y Pro Duos coming soon
Samsung is getting ready to launch a dual-SIM version of the popular Galaxy Y Pro, most likely very similar to the original
A tipster sent GSMarena a snapshot of Samsung’s dual-SIM Galaxy Y Pro Duos, the handset most likely to be released by the manufacturer in the near future. From the picture, it seems that Samsung has all its plans in place and the phone will be hitting the market sooner than later.
From the first look, the dual-SIM Galaxy Y Pro Duos doesn’t look very different from the original Y Pro. The most obvious difference between the two is that the new version sports a front facing camera and of course, carries the Duos logo. Further details about the new phone including its specs, price and availability are still unknown, unfortunately.
The Duos is being marketed as a ‘Galaxy + QWERTY’ phone, leading experts to believe that it is, in fact, identical to the Galaxy Y Pro in a lot of ways. The original Y Pro was launched last month with an 832MHz CPU. Running on Android’s Gingerbread OS, it has an internal memory of 160MB which is expandable up to 32GB with a MicroSD card.
The phone offers connectivity support for GPRS, EDGE, 2G, 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth and USB. Its 2.6’’ display sports a TFT capacitive touchscreen and a resolution of 320 x 240p. The handset has both, a QWERTY keypad and an optical trackpad. Its 110.8 x 63.5 x 11.5mm frame houses a single primary 3.15MP camera which offers a resolution of 2048 x 1536p.
More details about the Galaxy Y Pro Duos should be available in the coming days, especially if the phone is almost ready for release. Hopefully, it will offer something more than its predecessor and be reasonably priced.