Specs Comparison: Samsung Galaxy Y Duos S6102 vs Samsung Galaxy Pocket Duos S5302

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This time there is a face-off between pocket friendly dual sim budget android phones; the Galaxy Y Duos S6102 and the Galaxy Pocket Duos S5302.┬áThese two smartphones are champions in their own right, but if force comes to leave and you had to choose one, which one is truly ought to have a position in your pocket? Let’s discover it out.

Samsung Galaxy Y Duos vs Samsung Galaxy Pocket Duos

Ergonomics & Design:

The Samsung Galaxy Pocket duos measures 103.9 x 57.9 x 13 mm and 103gm in weight, while the Samsung Galaxy Y duos is slightly larger at 109.8 x 60 x 11.98 mm and 109gm.

The Y duos has a 3.14-inch TFT display and while the Pocket duos has a 2.80-inch TFT display. Both Smartphones offer a sharp 240 x 320-pixel resolution.

OS:

Both the phones are equipped with Single core 832 MHz processor and runs on the older OS version 2.3.x Gingerbread, which is well complimented by a 290MB RAM.

Memory:

The Galaxy Pocket Duos has an internal memory of 3GB, which is more than the 512MB system memory of Y duos. Both the devices have the same expansion capacity up to 32GB.

Camera:

The Y duos have a 3.15 MP fixed-focus camera and while the Pocket Duos features a 2 MP camera. Unfortunately, none of the devices have secondary camera. You might think that the Y Duos has an advantage in this section, but let me tell you that both of the cameras are not good enough and take somewhat similar pictures.

Connectivity:

On the connectivity front, both models come standard with a full range of connection options, from Dual SIM, Bluetooth 3.0, 802/11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, FM Radio, Accelerometer etc.

Battery Life:

The Galaxy Y Duos comes with a 1300 mAh battery which provides around 630 hours of standby time and 17 hours of talk time while the Pocket Duos has a 1200 mAh battery that provides around 15 hours of talk time and 410 hours of standby time.

Price:

The Samsung Galaxy Pocket Duos and the Galaxy Y Duos are priced at $110 and $125 respectively.

Wrap Up:

There is difference of few bucks but one should not throw away his hard earned money. Thus when considered overall the merits stand a bit taller than the demerits. The drawbacks are all less complicated (except camera performance at night) for an economic model. Both are a little bit on the huge part, but still slim enough to fall into a wallet. I will give my full and final recommendation to the Galaxy Y Duos.

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