Looks like Samsung is taking the Dual-SIM mobile segment in the developing countries very seriously. The company has quietly released a high-end dual-SIM Android handset in China, the Galaxy S II Duos.
The I929 Galaxy S II Duos packs in a 4.52-inch Super-AMOLED Plus screen with WVGA (480×800) resolution, and comes with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM. Samsung did not mention whether the SoC is their own in-house Exynos or the Qualcomm S3 SoC. Like the I9100, the S II Duos has an 8MP camera at its back aided by an LED flash, which is capable of recording videos in 1080p HD resolution. A 2MP snapper is also present in the front for video calls.
Other key features include Wi-Fi b/g/n, GPS with A-GPS, Bluetooth, microUSB port, Bluetooth 3.0, 16GB of on-board storage, microSD card slot, MHL port and a bunch of sensors.
Galaxy S II Duos owners will be able to simultaneously use a GSM and a CDMA network on their handset. The handset runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread with TouchWIZ 4.0 on top of it, and is powered by a beefy 1800mAh battery.