Samsung has unveiled its new dual-sim Galaxy S Duos Android smartphone, confirming the device will launch in Europe this September.
The Korean firm claims the Duos is designed for professional users, letting them operate their work and personal telephone, social network and email accounts from one device.
The Duos features a 'Dual-Sim Always on' feature that lets users receive calls on one Sim number while taking calls from the other.
The handset is the latest attempt by Samsung to conquer the bring your own device (BYOD) market. Before the new Duos, Samsung had made moves in the market with its Galaxy Y Duos handset.
Samsung is yet to confirm the exact UK price and release date of the Duos, though its technical specifications indicate it will sell in the mid to low-end price range. Based on the pricing of the Y Duos, we would think the S version would be priced around £180 to £250.
The Duos runs using Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich overlaid with Samsung's Touchwiz user interface. The new Galaxy features a 4in 480x800 touchscreen, and is powered by a fairly small 1GHz single-core processor.
The smartphone also packs a 5MP rear-facing camera with LED flash, 4GB of internal storage expandable to 32GB via its microSD card slot and a 1500mAh battery.
Check back with V3 soon for a hands-on look at the Duos.
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