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Samsung launches Galaxy Ace Duos, Galaxy Y Duos, Y Pro Duos in India

Samsung has finally announced the launch of its first dual-SIM Android smartphones in Indian market. Company has released Galaxy Ace Duos, Galaxy Y Pro Duos and Galaxy Duos in the country today. Priced starting INR 10,490, these phones will soon be available in the market.

While we already have heard about Galaxy Y Duos and Y Pro Duos, India seems to be the first country to get Galaxy Ace Duos.  Considering India is the one of the biggest markets for dual-SIM devices, it makes sense to launch so-many phones at once, all catering to a different segment.

Pricing & Availability:

According to the issued press release, Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos will be sold for INR 16,900, Galaxy Y Pro Duos for INR 11,090 and Galaxy Y Duos for INR 10,490. There is no exact date for availability, all three smartphones will go on sale in the coming days and we will let you know once they are in the market.

“These devices combine the effectiveness of all smartphone features and give consumers the opportunity to maintain their work life balance. Dual SIM phones enable consumers to separate their personal life from their professional life.”

– Ranjit Yadav , Samsung India’s country head (mobile & IT)


8 thoughts on “Samsung launches Galaxy Ace Duos, Galaxy Y Duos, Y Pro Duos in India

  1. Just compare the spec Samsung Galaxy Ace and his new Duos. u have to pay 16,900 to for this crap. what u get one extra sim slot.

    1. Galaxy Y duos still lags behind LG Optimus P698, which has higher RAM superb finish (unlike the plasticky galaxy Y) and a much richer display and a 150 mAH battery for a long life – just touch it once and you fall in love. And above all the actual street price is Rs. 9500/-. Go for LG – this is awesome

  2. Android Drains Most of the battery in CELL STANDBY, with Dual sim the rate of battery drain will be more fast.. i hope samsung have increased Battery capacity as well !

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