The Samsung Galaxy Trend Duos is a low-cost, dual SIM handset from Samsung. Launched in 2013, the Galaxy Trend Duos features a 4-inch display and is quite lightweight - weighing in at just 126 grams. The Samsung Galaxy Trend Duos is the dual SIM variant of its single SIM counterpart sold in international markets as the Samsung Galaxy Trend Lite.
Powered by a 1GHz Hawaii SS Kyleve chipset, the Galaxy Trend Duos packs in a single core Cortex A9 processor that runs at 1 Ghz. The graphics is taken care of by the Broadcom VideoCore IV HW GPU. The handset comes with just 512 MB of RAM. The 4-inch display on the Samsung Galaxy Trend Duos has a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels that gives it a decent PPI density of 233. There is 4GB of internal memory as well. The phone supports memory expansion using microSD cards.
The camera on the Samsung Galaxy Trend Duos can take still images at 3.15 megapixels. It is also capable of recording videos in VGA resolution. The phone does not have a secondary/front camera. With support for Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth, GPS, GLONASS and USB, the Galaxy Trend Duos is well equipped on the connectivity front. There is FM radio support as well. The phone also houses a couple of sensors - including an accelerometer, proximity sensors and a compass. For music lovers, a 3.5 mm audio jack too has been provided. The phone at the time of its launch came loaded with Android JellyBean.
Moving on to the battery, the Galaxy Trend Duos packs in a 1500 mAH, Li-Pol removable battery that is good enough to offer a standby time of over 350 hours. Samsung claims a talktime of 8 hours as well as a music playback time of 42 hours for the phone. The Trend Duos comes in two color options - Black and White.