The Samsung Galaxy Y Duos is a dual-SIM smartphone that runs Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). The Galaxy Y Duos doesn't have the best processor or RAM (833MHz and 384MB respectively) but suffers no serious issues or slowdowns during usage.
One of the biggest issues with the Samsung Galaxy Y Duos is its battery-life. The phone is barely able to last a day of regular usage. The Galaxy's 3.15-in touchscreen also has a low resolution (240×320 pixels) and suffers from poor viewing angles and low visibility under sunlight. The Samsung also only has one camera and that is able to output very average looking photos.
The Samsung Galaxy Y Duos is one of the few dual-SIM Android smartphones in the market. However, it has many issues and we would recommend you pick up the Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos instead.
The Samsung Galaxy Y Duos Mobile Handset supports dual sim dual standby technology that helps you keep your professional and personal life separate. The phone has a large 3.14 inch TFT capacitive touchscreen, with 256K colors and 320 x 240 pixels display resolution. It supports Samsung TouchWiz UI and comes with 2GB Memory expandable upto 32GB via microSD card.
The Samsung Galaxy Y Duos Mobile Handset supports advanced connectivity options like 3G, GPRS, EDGE, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth v3.0 with A2DP and microUSB v2.0. Other features included are a 3.15 MP camera with 2048x1536 pixels resolution, geo tagging, digital zoom and Video recording.
The phone supports Android Gingerbread OS with and 832 MHz processor. It has Email, Push Mail, IM, RSS and is Java and HTML enabled. Other features included in the mobile are Stereo FM radio with RDS, SNS integration, Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, Picasa integration and an inbuilt music / video player. The phone comes with a Li-Ion 1300 mAh that gives up to 360 h standby time and talktime of upto 9 hours.