The Galaxy S Duos line is known for its most prominent feature: the dual SIM card slots. It allows you to use two phone lines with one phone, very useful for businessmen and people who mix and match prepaid plans. The other specs won’t wow anyone: 4″ WVGA display, 1GHz Snapdragon MSM7227A processor, 512MB RAM, 5MP rear camera, VGA fromt camera, and a measly 4GB of storage. This is really a budget phone that’s rumored to launch in India. However, for the good news, it will launch with Ice Cream Sandwich modified with Samsung’s new TouchWiz Nature UI, just like the Galaxy S III. Stay tuned for more information!
It surprised me too, but there are those that aren't as "geek-i-fied" as those of us here. I know one guy in his 20's that can't stand big screens, doesn't need anything but text msg and watching some youtube. This phone would be perfect for him. In fact, the one reason he likes Crapple is because it IS smaller than many of today's Android offerings. My wife has the original Galaxy S phone from (2009??) -- she looked at the newest S3. She loves the screen but says the phone is too big for her. So, 4" (and smaller) screens have an appeal to more people than I think we know about.