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

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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.

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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.

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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.