Samsung Intros Its First Dual-SIM Smartphones
Samsung today announced two new Galaxy-branded Android smartphones that are its first to include support for two SIM cards. The Y Duos is a slab-style device with a 3.14-inch display and 832MHz processor, while the Y Duos Pro is a monoblock QWERTY device with a 2.6-inch touch screen. Shared features include 3-megapixel cameras with video capture; Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi, and GPS; accelerometer, compass, and proximity sensors; and support for microSD cards up to 32GB. The Galaxy Y Duos and Galaxy Y Duos Pro both run Android 2.3 Gingerbread and will be sold in African, Asian, and South American markets starting in 2012.
Samsung Launches Refreshed Galaxy A Series
Samsung today announced the a new trio of smartphones that fall in the Galaxy A series of handsets. The Galaxy A7, A5, and A3 share metal-and-glass designs with narrow bezels and premium materials.
Samsung Crowns Its Galaxy A Series with a 6-Inch Phablet
Samsung has revealed the Galaxy A9, the largest of its refreshed Galaxy A series handsets with a 6-inch full HD display. The Galaxy A phones sit just below the Galaxy S phones in terms of features and specs.
Samsung Makes the Galaxy J7 and Galaxy J3 Available Unlocked
Samsung today added the Galaxy J7 and Galaxy J3 to its list of unlocked smartphones. The two inexpensive handsets will be available to purchase directly from Samsung's web site as well as select retailers starting July 28.
Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Amp Prime 2 Available from Cricket
Cricket Wireless today added two new Samsung handsets to its list of devices. First, the Galaxy S8 is available for purchase from Cricket stores.
Samsung Intros Refreshed Galaxy A Series
Samsung today announced the Galaxy A7, A5, and A3, three new handsets that fill in the middle of Samsung's lineup of Android phones. All three phones feature metal frames, glass front and back panels, IP68 protection against water and dust, dedicated camera buttons, and support for Samsung Pay.
SAMSUNG, ARE YOU BLIND??
two SIM cards?
I wonder how this could be implemented for cdma carriers that don't use sim cards? Maybe it could work with Voice-Over-LTE technologies that require sim card...