A sighting in Samsung’s own Kies app may have cemented the GT-i9300’s status as the Galaxy S III ahead of its release. As caught by Sam Mobile, the syncing software shows two “Galaxy S3” models, both using the i9300 name. One of them is badged as the i9300T, likely a reference to support for frequencies at a different carrier or country.The two are using a Galaxy Note image, although that’s most likely a placeholder until Samsung is ready to reveal the hardware’s real design. Current hardware may be in a disguise to mask its real appearance.
This is another phone from their series of dual SIM Android phones. The Galaxy Y Duos looks a regular Touch phone from Samsung. The Samsung Galaxy Y Duos runs on Android 2.3 and has an able 833MHz processor which is supported by a decent 384MB RAM. The 3MP camera on the back is the only camera on the phone while its brother Galaxy Y Pro Duos has a couple of cameras. The 3.2inch screen has a resolution of 240×320 pixels and it is definitely not the best. The poor pixel density fails to make the display any better.
The is another addition to the Android line up from Samsung and the only thing that separates it from the other entry range Android phones is that it is a dual SIM phone. Buy the Galaxy Y Duos Only if you need a dual SIM TOUCH ONLY Phone.
Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos features and Specifications:
Dual SIM, Touch screen, Android v2.3.6, Camera : 3mp, Size:2.6”, Resolution:320X240 pixels, Type: TFT 262K, Dimension:110.8*63.5*11.9 mm, Weight:112.3 g, Network and Data:850/900/1,800/1,900, Band: GSM , EDGE Band, Operation System: Android v2.3.6