Today, Samsung officially revealed the second dual-SIM phone of the company's portfolio, the stylish tri-band bar Samsung D780 Duos. The new phone is not a direct successor of the D880 but more of an expansion to the Duos family.
The Samsung D780 Duos main selling point is its dual-SIM functionality. The handset is capable of working with two SIM cards simultaneously with both being active in the same time.
The Samsung D780 also features a 2 megapixel camera with video recording capabilities. The screen is a 2.1-inch one, capable of showing up to 256K colors in QVGA resolution.
Other features include Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP support and USB v2.0 as well as a microSD card slot for expanding the internal memory capacity. The MP3 player and stereo FM radio completes the multimedia capabilities of the neat and stylish phone. Samsung D780 will be powered by the same 1200mAh battery used in the Samsung D880 Duos.
You may also remember that there was another dual-SIM handset rumored, which never saw the light of day. The Armani-like Samsung P720 dual-SIM phone was cancelled by Samsung. Nevertheless, more Duos handsets are expected this year - even one that will run on the on Windows Mobile OS.
Samsung D780 will be available in dark silver color and mirror silver colors and will first be available in Russia from May and in Southeast Asia, Europe, and Middle East shortly afterwards.