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Samsung Star Deluxe Duos unofficial specs revealed

A new budget-friendly, dual-SIM Samsung device in the form of Star Deluxe Duos may be announced in the following weeks. Earlier this week, an unofficial list of specs for this handset has been leaked online leaving an impression that the company may have several low-budget mobile phones in store and queued up for fourth quarter release.

Samsung Star Deluxe Duos will be coming packed with just 312MHz processor with the chipset model still unknown. At this point, we already have an idea how much power this device provides and looking into the photos being circulated online, it is obvious it would be using Samsung’s TouchWiz UI on top of it Android operating system. However, it is not a smartphone but a feature phone. So, don’t expect you could get access to the plethora of apps from the Google Play Store using this handset.

Samsung has given this device 128MB RAM to complement its processor plus 512MB of internal memory, just enough for a few hundred messages and some low resolution pictures. Owners who might want to save more files in it should add a microSD card as it comes with a slot that supports up to 32GB external storage. Its display reaches up to 3.5 inches in size (diagonal measurement) with 320 x 480 pixels resolution offering around 165ppi density.

It also gets 3.15 megapixels camera that could snap pictures up to 2048 x 1536 pixels and record videos but it doesn’t have a secondary one. Perhaps, the very feature of this device is its two SIM card slots that could be used together at the same time. Having 1000mAh battery and these specs, it is possible the device can reach up to 5 hours of straight use.

There is no information as to the pricing and availability just yet but being a feature phone, its price should not go beyond $150 and Samsung might be planning to release it during the holidays.


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