In the recent times, smartphones with the dual SIM card or multiple SIM cards have become a standard for competing in the mobile industry.
This has become a trend in the mobile market. The Korean giant, Samsung Electronics realized the pulse and released a plethora of dual SIM smartphones, in the Asian market. This led to the recognition of Samsung products in the smartphone market. The release of Galaxy S Duos 2 and the Galaxy Core gained a fan following in the mobile industry. These smartphones became superb alternatives in terms of mainstream handsets in the mobile industry. Samsung Electronics is renowned for producing smartphones catering to the need of the masses.
We have prepared a comparison between the Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 and the Galaxy Core to determine a better smartphone between the two handsets in terms of features and specs.
The Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 comes in line with the reputation of the Galaxy series, to provide the potential user with a traditional design at a lower price. In terms of design, the Galaxy Core smartphone does not lag behind. It does not come with a huge deviation when it comes to the standard design of the Samsung Galaxy series. Both the devices come with polycarbonate plastic chassis, in order to keep the weight in check. However, the Galaxy S Duos 2 is available at a lesser weight of 118 grams, in comparison to the 124 grams weight of the Galaxy Core smartphone. There is not much difference in terms of their weight, between the two smartphones. Regardless, the difference between the two devices, in terms of thickness, marks a major difference. The Galaxy S Duos 2 smartphone is available at a thickness of 10.6mm in comparison to the 9mm thickness of the Galaxy Core smartphone.
The added weight of the Galaxy Core smartphone is because of its 4.3-inch screen, as compared to the slightly smaller 4-inch screen of the Galaxy S Duos 2 smartphone. In terms of resolution, both these smartphones come with similar 480 x 800 pixels of resolution on the TFT technology. Both these smartphones come with similar pixel density, making it difficult to separate the outpost between them.
In terms of memory, the Galaxy Core emerges out to be a superior multimedia smartphone. The Galaxy Core offers a standard internal storage capacity of 8GB. Despite the Android OS occupying more than 3GB of disk space, the user would still be able to use a decent 4.5GB of internal memory. In comparison, the Galaxy S Duos 2 smartphone offers the potential user with an internal storage capacity of 4GB. However, Android OS is using most of the internal memory; the user has to rely on external memory enhancement slot to store multimedia content, such as, music and video files. Since, most of the Samsung products come equipped with external memory card slot for memory enhancement, with Galaxy S Duos 2 not being an exception to it, storing multimedia content would not be an issue. The Galaxy S Duos 2 smartphone offers memory enhancement via microSD card up to 64GB, similar to that of the Galaxy Core smartphone.
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