Samsung Galaxy Star Pro Duos Price in India – Specifications & Features

Samsung Galaxy Star Pro Duos 2 is the fundamental double SIM device that is being considered the successor of Galaxy Star Pro. The device carries quite an affordable cost of just Rs.5, 193. It hits shelves in dual colour versions of Black and White.


It runs through a single core processor rotating at 1 GHz mated with 512 MB RAM. For your favourite stuffs the device has been provided with 4 GB native memory that can be expanded to 32 GB through the external micro SD card slot available with the product. Coming to the sensor, there are accelerometer, proximity and light sensors.

Display, Camera, Players:

Talking about the display it packs a 4 inches TFT Capacitive touch screen WVGA display with 480 x 800 pixels resolution along 233 ppi pixel densities. The multi-touch device is a nice blend of Galaxy Star and S Duos. With a plastic frame the product of 10.6 mm dimension weighs just 121 gram.

In terms of snapper, the product packs a 2 MP option at the main end. However, there is no auto focus, or LED flash for low light capture. Sorry for the selfie freaks as there is no front facing option. However, you can make VGA recording through the device. It supports all sorts of player option like WAV, AAC, MP4, MP3, AVI, etc.

Platforms, Battery, Connectivity:

The device plays with Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean platform nicely supported through TouchWiz offering flawless interface. There is enough list of applications available native with the device like Gmail, search, Maps, Social media, image viewer, editor, etc. It has SMS, MMS, and other conventional text options. It gets powered by a 1500 mAh Lithium Ion battery. Talking of the connectivity, the product has nice set of options like Bluetooth 4.0, USB 2.0, GPRS, and EDGE.


It is having a nice intuitive interface. The device involves a nice sleek interface. In addition, micro SIM, and W-Fi could be listed in Pros list as well.


The product is having no front facing shooter, which is a quite frequent expectation these days. However, the device missing 3G support can’t be digested easily.

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