Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562 Android ICS Smartphone Specs & Features

Duos – the term that Samsung uses for its dual-SIM devices. That includes the Samsung Galaxy S II Duos, Galaxy Y Duos and the newly announced Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562. The latter has not yet been released in the market.

That being said, the Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562 is the official dual-SIM variant of the Galaxy S. Appearance wise, the smartphone’s design has been somewhat patterned from the Galaxy S III as it also flaunts its curved edges with thin glossy bezels. Just don’t expect too much because its specs and features won’t be as grand as the third-generation Galaxy S. Instead, it will be equipped with a decent 4.0-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen that’s been set at a full screen resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. Aside from the fact that it will be running on Qualcomm’s 1 GHz Cortex A5 Snapdragon processor, you might as well know that the phone will sport the latest Android OS and that is Android 4.0 ICS. It is unlikely for the phone to be upgraded to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

Nonetheless, you can still take advantage of its 5MP camera with auto focus and LED flash. That means you can take snapshots and have them uploaded to StreamZoo or Instagram. The phone also flaunts its front facing VGA camera that can be utilized for video chats. You can also opt to have your files stored into the phone’s 4GB of internal storage while its 512MB RAM can cater to a couple of lightweight apps. It is also good to know that you can use the Galaxy S Duos S7562’s stereo FM radio to listen to your favorite music stations.

Here’s a brief list of the Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562’s features and specifications:

- runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
- sports a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor
- has a built-in HTML browser with Adobe Flash Lite support
- offers 4GB of internal storage, external micro SD card storage limit is up to 32GB
- connects to the internet via 2G, 3G or Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
- supports micro USB 2.0 and Bluetooth 3.0
- dual-SIM feature, supports two SIM cards on GSM
- 10.5mm thick, weight is 120 grams
- uses a 1500 mAh standard battery, Li-ion

Apparently, Samsung aims to use the new design of the Galaxy S Duos to attract the interest of those who cannot afford to buy the Galaxy S III. We may not be able to guess the phone’s actual retail price but it will obviously be sold for a price that can be compared to that of a mid-range Android device. How about you? Would you be interested to get a Samsung GS3 look alike for a cheaper price? 

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