Samsung has revealed the Samsung Galaxy S Duos, the latest in its Galaxy range of smartphones, ahead of consumer electronics show IFA in Berlin, which runs August 31 - September 5.
The new device, unveiled by the brand in an August 20 blog post, looks similar design-wise to Samsung's flagship device the Galaxy SII but boasts dual sim capacity.
The high-end S Duos runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and boasts a 4-inch display, a 1 GHZ processor, 4GB of on-board storage (up to 32GB with a microSD card), a 5-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi/ Bluetooth capabilities, and a 1500AH battery. The device comes pre-loaded with Samsung's ChatOn messaging service.
Samsung is also expected to unveil its next-gen tablet/smartphone device -- the Galaxy Note II -- at IFA.
In the run-up to IFA mobile manufacturers are unveiling devices en masse, the most recent of which was Acer who dropped their Liquid Gallant Solo and Liquid Gallant Duo devices on August 22.
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