Samsung, LG and HTC in list of dual SIM Android phones

By Daniel Chubb - Jul 13, 2013

Over the past week we have met a few requests for Samsung dual SIM Android phones and some of our readers wanted a list of the phones Samsung offer that feature an extra SIM card slot. Today, we wanted to showcase a couple of Samsung dual SIM Android phones and something from LG and HTC.

The photo above is of the HTC Desire 600, which offers something a little different for those of our readers that want to stand out. Specs include a 1.2GHz Snapdragon quad-core processor, 4.5-inch 960×540 Super LCD2 display, 720p video, great sound in the shape of dual stereo speakers with good base and of course dual SIM support.


Two Samsung dual SIM Android phones include the Samsung Galaxy Core and Galaxy Win. You can see video hands-on reviews for both these smartphones in the two videos below this article. You will see a close up and what separates these dual SIM Android phones, so if you know you want Samsung but not sure which model to choose, take a look at the videos for full details. It is worth noting that the Galaxy Core can be chosen in dual or single SIM versions.


LG’s Optimus L7 II is another dual SIM Android phone designed for the mid-range market, although you will find this smartphone mainly in developing markets. This is also where most dual SIM phones are to be found thanks to the need for such a feature.

The LG Optimus L7 II selling points include a massive battery, 4.3-inch screen and cheap price at $280 without a contract (In Europe you can pickup the handset for around 280 Euros). We have also included a video review below for the LG Optimus L7 II, so see the last video for full details in a close-up.

What’s the best dual SIM Android phones you’ve seen?

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  • socalrailroader

    I think you mean dual, a duel is a fight between two people.