Android smartphones now come in a variety of flavors and models. One variant of which is now commonly issued by the vendor is a dual SIM card. No exception with Samsung recently announced the Samsung GALAXY S S7562 Duos.
Smartphone with support for two SIM cards must be perched on top of GALAXY Y Duos and GALAXY Ace Duos. At first glance, it looks like S Duos GALAXY SIII slightly shrunk. As the name implies, the size and specification is closer to prime GALAXY S version. The surplus, S Duos already using Android 4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich.
Its performance depends on the alloy Cortex-A5 processor single-core 1GHz processor with 512MB RAM and Adreno 200 graphics chip. 4-inch WVGA TFT screen seemed quite relieved and modern for an Android smartphone output in 2012. For the camera, this smart phone can capture 5-megapixel photos and VGA video recording. The battery capacity of 1500mAh which includes the average, while the 4GB storage capacity is also quite standard to its current size.
Samsung GALAXY S Duos can use two SIM cards active simultaneously. Samsung called it the “Dual SIM Always on”. With the GALAXY S Duos, you can receive calls on one number while talking on another number. So mechanisms such as call waiting. You can also set aside an exclusive card and other card data connection for voice communication.