Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos (S6802), a dual-SIM smartphone is now available in the UK

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Samsung officially announced the Galaxy Ace Duos back towards the end of May. And well, despite not hearing all that much in terms since, it looks like the Galaxy Ace Duos has recently come available for those in the UK. The handset is the Galaxy Ace Duos, aka the Samsung S6802 and it is selling unlocked by way of Amazon and Mobi-City. The pricing is close across both retailers, however Amazon is a bit higher.

As far as the pricing goes, both retailers have the Galaxy Ace Duos available in black or white. The Mobi-City pricing is showing as £199.95, which is discounted from the regular price of £249.95. Amazon has the white model priced at £210.65 and the black model priced at £214.99. Of course, all of these prices are for an unlocked version meaning you will not be tied to any long term carrier commitments.

Otherwise, pricing aside — lets get into the specs. The Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos, as implied by the name — is a dual-SIM card handset. The reasoning here, the ability to separate personal and business or even to use two carriers in an effort to make sure you always have proper coverage. The handset is running Android 2.3 Gingerbread along with hardware specs to include a 3.5-inch HVGA touchscreen display, 832MHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 3GB of storage space, a microSD card slot, VGA quality front-facing camera and a 5 megapixel rear-facing camera.

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