Reviews and Problems with Samsung B5512 / Galaxy Y Pro Duos
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Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos Review
26 July 2012
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos looks poised to take on popular entry-level handsets with two SIMs, like those from Nokia’s Asha lineup. It, however, runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which immediately gives you the advantage of the Google Play Store Handsets like this, targeted at teens or emerging markets, are usually guaranteed to sell in volume, if they are a compelling combination of features, and Samsung seems to have all the right ingredients here.
Pros: Support for two SIM cards at once, Inexpensive, Good physical keyboard
Cons: Weak microphone, Basically useless 320x240 video capture
Conclusion: Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos is a good mid range smartphone with touch and type facility and lot many exiting features. The good part of this phone is its dual camera. It lacks with camera’s dedicated key, poor 3.2 megapixels camera and slow processor. The design of this phone is good and is well constructed too.
Pros: This phone is a good option for touch and type users. Its battery life is good, and offers dual camera.
Cons: Its 384 MB RAM and 832 MHz processor is less and delays in multitasking and swapping applications.