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Samsung planning to launch the dual-SIM version of Galaxy Y Pro

14 December, 2011 | Read the news | Post your comment
Samsung planning to launch the dual-SIM version of Galaxy Y Pro - read the full textWe received an anonymous tip today with a picture of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos, a dual-SIM version of the Galaxy Y Pro. Unfortunately for us, there was no additional information regarding the phone so we'll just go out on a limb and say it will mostly be identical to the...


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> In reply to [deleted post]I don't want china dual/tripple sim.
I want some well known android brand with great support.


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  • 2011-12-14 08:36
  • sS@2

> In reply to Outy @ 2011-12-14 06:58 from mxhY - click to readAs a bada user I lost patience in waiting for the 2.0 update ages ago.I really do not fathom how bada 2.0 was in beta in January and 12 months hasn't budged an inch,with no word of any upcoming official update from Samsung. And judging by the rate at which they are churning out new Galaxy phones, you can as well tell where their attention is focused right now.The Waves have forever remained doomed,rejected and sidelined.Chat On app came, SGII got it,yet this spoilt kid came eons after the Wave S8500. And with the intention to mock us right, left and centre, Samsung still got the audacity to publish bada 2.0 apps;thank Heavens they pulled them down! And even if Wave S8600 will be offered for pennies,I won't look the bada way again! The only thing making me stick to my wave S8500 right now is its perfect battery backup and great multimedia.But if bada 2.0 remains in oblivion in the coming month(s), I guess there are more evil droids(not necessarily from Samsung) out there to match and even exceed my expectations. Samsung, have this piece of mind from a disillusioned bada user: "Things come and go,Galaxy S came and went,Web OS came and went,Symbian came and now it is listening to Beyonce(or should that be WP Mango)sing:'To the left,to the left..don't you ever for a second get to thinking,you are irreplaceable'...Android might as well leave(at least you should have known by know 'he' is in the comfy hands of the new babe Moto,and needless to say,the babe is back with a bang with her super slim looks and a shape to die for(Gisele Bundchen,anyone?) In Androids sharp eyes GSII could be a Naomi Campbell or Tyra-old model,nothing breath-taking looks-wise,brought to the table...In fact the Xperia arc has better chances than you...Sammy,just focus at least 30% of your attention on bada, the Waves and Apps,you never know,it may be your only fall-back plan should Android decide to withdraw the little,clandestine affairs 'he' is having with the side kicks like you and stroll down the aisle with the stunning Moto."

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  • 2011-12-14 08:20
  • M$Fq

hm.. dual sim on MSM7227 chip - that is yesterday.
better to make M pro duos.))

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  • 2011-12-14 07:56
  • Iaxk

Let's kill the RIM?

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  • 2011-12-14 07:44
  • j8mW

Good one,
I also hope samsung would introduce the triple sim, and in their middle lineup.

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  • 2011-12-14 07:20
  • sS@2

Samsung would be better if they spent the time dealing with the delayed bada update and dealing with customer support than bothering yet again with another phone that probably has several others in their range that do the same thing.

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  • 2011-12-14 06:58
  • mxhY

yawn...another variation of a cheap galaxy.

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  • 2011-12-14 06:56
  • t@QU

good new product samsung

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  • 2011-12-14 06:49
  • RDXJ

great work samsung. it would be the best seller when it get launched. keep it up samsung

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  • 2011-12-14 06:41
  • 7j%d

Why Dual Sim... Its Waste Thing..

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  • 2011-12-14 06:36
  • QPVU

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