Samsung Galaxy S II Duos Headed to China with Dual GSM/CDMA Support


After revealing a duo of dual-SIM handsets yesterday in the form of the Galaxy Y Duos and Galaxy Y Pro Duos, Samsung will add to their lineup of handsets with expanded radio capabilities. A new variation on the Samsung Galaxy S II is headed to China and will support both GSM and CDMA2000. The phone is known as — you guessed it — the Samsung Galaxy S II Duos. The specs largely mirror previous GS2 iterations and include a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU, 4.52-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, and 8MP camera with 1080p video recording. The phone ships with Android 2.3 but should be in line for an Ice Cream Sandwich update along with other members of the Galaxy S II roster. The world phone will be available from China Telecom.

[Samsung via GSMArena]

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  1. Of course China had to have it’s hand in this!

  2. I’d love to visit Chine someday, wait, where? :D ;)

    1. French for China.. ;-)

    2. Your comment and your username?!?!?! Not sure if funny, or wtf?

    3. lol.. so it is Chine like Shine or Chine like Chille

  3. Chine huh? This just proves that Americans are always last on the list.

  4. You accidentally a letter.

  5. ^this = what the verizon galaxy nexus was supposed to be

  6. Can the duos “run” both sims at the same time, or do you have to do a manual “switch on” to activate each sim in turn? If they can have both connected at the same time that’s massive.

  7. Need to market this phone to AU by KDDI in Japan. They offer several models with GSM capable roaming, but the GSM is totally crippled, none have full capabilities like  this little gem.

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