Samsung is the most important company in the dual sim phone market and for 2011 they offer a wide array of products for those who have two sims but prefer to carry around only one phone.
Another dual sim phone that has a candy bar design is the Hero E2232, released at the beginning of this year. It comes with a 1.77-inch TFT screen that has a 128 x 160 resolution and a lithium-ion battery that has a 1,000 mAh capacity, which will last you up to 11 hours and 20 minutes during talk time and up to 500 hours in standby mode. It sports a VGA (CMOS) camera that has a 4x digital zoom, timer shot and various photo effects and white balance settings. You also get a built-in video player and can record videos at up to QCIF 15 FPS. The Korean company also incorporated a useful document viewer and you can increase the built-in 20 MB internal memory up to 8 GB via a microSD card.
If you prefer touchscreen models, from the long list of Samsung 2 sim card phones we also find the Champ Duos E2652, a tri-band handset with a generous 2.6-inch QVGA screen. Supporting both EDGE and GPRS, this phone sports a 1,000 mAh lithium-ion battery, which should last you up to 476 hours in standby mode when you use only one sim card and up to 322 hours if you use both. For taking snap shots, you get a 1.3 megapixel camera that has a 2x digital zoom and features various photo effects. If the built-in 50 MB memory isn’t enough to store your personal files, you can expand it via the microSD slot by adding a card (up to 16 GB).These are only three relevant examples of Samsung phones that support dual sim card, the newest models added in their lineup for 2011.