Samsung launches another dual SIM version of Galaxy Ace Duos
When we talk about low and mid range Android handsets, we cannot deny that Samsung is playing a very important role by bringing several new models for those who cannot afford a high end smartphone. As you might already know that Samsung is preparing to release the Galaxy Ace 2 very soon, the original Galaxy Ace has also been one of the most popular mid range Android handset since its launch. Today, Samsung has introduced another Ace handset and it is named as Samsung Galaxy Ace DUOS.
Dual Sim Smartphone
Of course, as you might have figured it out by the name, Galaxy Ace Duos will be featuring dual SIM slot. Previously Samsung announced similar device but that supported CDMA+GSM networks but this device here is GSM only. So, you will be able to enjoy two different carrier deals on the same smartphone with all your favorite apps and stuff. Well, there is a downside in this handset as well, once you are in call on one of the SIMs, the other one will be deactivated for that time.
Not Much Difference Between Galaxy Ace & Galaxy Ace Duos
Overall, there are not many differences in the Galaxy Ace Duos and the original Galaxy Ace device. Ace Duos will be featuring the same 3.5 inch screen with HVGA resolution and it will be coming with an 832 Mhz single core processor under the hood along with 512MB of RAM. On the back side you will find a 5MP camera while the device will be running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. So, overall, it has all the qualities of an affordable handset and of course with the addition of the dual SIM slot.
Samsung will start rolling out Galaxy Ace Duos in June in Russia and after that the device will hit the shelves in Europe, CIS, Latin America, Southeast and Southwest Asia, Middle East, Africa and China.
Well, we can say that it is going to be the best dual SIM handset available in the market. Previously, dual SIM feature was only included in the ultra low cost handsets but now this trend is being adapted in the advanced handsets as well.
And considering the fact that the older product is priced at Rs 13,900 (on the Samsung eStore), the new device should be priced in a similar range. Since the company has chosen to use the same name for both the devices it can be a little confusing for the buyer, so don’t forget to mention GSM+GSM or GSM+CDMA while purchasing the device.