Apart from the high-end Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note III, Samsung is undoubtedly getting ready to release numerous mid to low-end smartphones next year. One of these will be the Samsung Galaxy Young Duos (model number GT-S6312).
The Young Duos GT-S6312 is obviously a dual SIM smartphone, and should come as the successor to the Galaxy Y Duos S6102 (introduced a year ago with Android 2.3 Gingerbread on board).
According to SamMobile, the Galaxy Young Duos S6312 should be officially announced at MWC 2013 in February, initially coming in two colors: white and blue.
Unfortunately, there aren’t any images to show the S6312, and there is also no word on its specs. The Galaxy Y Duos S6102 (pictured below) offers a 3.14 inch QVGA display, 832MHz processor, and a 3.2MP rear camera. Naturally, the new handset should have more advanced features. And maybe it will run Android Jelly Bean.
Earlier today, Samsung announced the Galaxy Grand i9080 and Galaxy Grand Duos i9082. These will be launched starting the first quarter of 2013, coming with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, dual-core processors, 8MP rear camera, and 5 inch WVGA displays (187ppi).
Lately, Samsung has introduced quite a few dual SIM Android smartphones, including the Galaxy S Duos S7562, Galaxy Music Duos, Galaxy Pocket Duos S5302, Galaxy Ace Duos S6802, and the Galaxy Y Pro Duos B5512.
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