Recently, Samsung Galaxy-Y Duos (S-6102) launched its first dual SIM smartphone in Pakistan. The Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, which is considered to be a leading digital media, telecommunications and convergences technologies company, has taken this move considering how most mobile users in Pakistan tend to have more than one SIM they operate their day-to-day life on. It has been priced keeping in sight the budget the youth can afford. It comes with the Android Gingerbread experience that has a dual SIM feature.
It seems like a dream smartphone for Pakistani youth. Of course, anyone can use it, since it is not age-oriented. It is sleek, slim, light-weighted and has user-friendly features with a touchscreen of 3.14 inches and a 3 megapixel camera. For the storage it has 32 GB memory and MicroSD card. Not only these features, but it has faster and broader Wi-Fi and GPS features that are along with a Social Hub and FM Radio. It has mp3 and mpeg4 formats support, but can support others too. The Android Market has different games on offer with other tools and apps too.
Samsung Pakistan’s Managing Director, Mr. John Park said:
“While introducing revolutionary technologies in the smartphones market, Samsung Electronics will enable the young consumers to enjoy a smarter life with the Galaxy-Y Duos. Samsung will continue to add customized features in our innovative products, to meet the specific needs and preferences of each consumer segment.”