Meet Sammy’s newest additions to their growing Galaxy family of smartphones – the Galaxy Y Duos and the Galaxy Y Pro Duos.
As you may have already guessed by their names, these two new bad boys are dual-SIM Android handsets that’ll take on the likes of the Lenovo A60 and Cherry Mobile Eclipse 2.2 in the local entry-level Android scene.
Compared to the Samsung Galaxy Y, the Galaxy Y Duos sports a slighter larger three-inch touchscreen, a better 3.15-megapixel camera, and more ROM and RAM (4GB ROM, 3GB RAM) bundled with a 2GB microSD card. Design-wise, you can easily distinguish this apart from its single-SIM namesake by its rectangular home button.
The Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos, meanwhile, is its QWERTY twin. They make look worlds apart, but they’ve actually got more in common than meets the eye. Except for its front-facing camera and a smaller touchscreen display to make room for its QWERTY keypad, the Galaxy Y Pro Duos is pretty much a carbon copy of the Galaxy Y Duos as far as specs go.
No word yet on the pricing of these new Galaxy Y treats and whether or not these will be released in the Philippines but, rest assured, we’ll give you the heads up once we get the necessary info.
In the meantime, you can check out the full press release here.
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