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Samsung Galaxy Core vs. Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 – A Direct Comparison of the Specs By – Jan 13, 2015 61 0 SHARE

The Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 is yet another offering that definitely meets the needs of those individuals who are after a smartphone with amazing specs and at reasonable prices.

Samsung has grown to be a role model for many small smartphone manufacturers thanks to the innovative nature of its smartphone production that has led it to becoming the king of the Android world of smartphones. The Galaxy S Duos 2 is one of the major dual SIM concepts introduced by this Korean tech giant when it comes to the large screen smartphones.

On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy Core is another budget smartphone that has two models – single and dual SIM versions and each of them comes with a display size of 4.3-inches, a dual-core processor and a 5MP rear camera.

Software Specifications

The Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 is based on the 4.2.2 Jelly Bean Android OS. Furthermore, this phone comes with the TouchWiz user interface from Samsung that ensures users get a very decent performance. This device is also equipped with features that are similar to those found on the Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone.

On the other hand, the Galaxy Core from Samsung also runs on the Jelly Bean Android OS but the version is an older one (v4.1). However, this device also comes with a TouchWiz user interface from Samsung.

Design and Performance

The Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 comes with a polycarbonate plastic chassis and an artificial metal frame running on the edges of the device which ensures the S Duos 2 has a premium appearance. It also comes with a 4.3-inch screen size with TFT LCD technology, offering users a pixel density of 233ppi. There are no ambient sensors on the screen of this device and as such, it lags behind when it comes to gamut and brightness adjustment.

The Galaxy S Duos 2 runs on a decent Cortex A9 dual-core processor that clocks a speed of 1.2GHz and a Broadcom VideoCore IV GPU that ensures smoother functioning.

On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy Core comes with a quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor based on the Cortex A5 technology and clocks a speed of 1.2GHz. Furthermore, this device comes with an Adreno 203 GPU that is accompanied by a RAM of 1GB to ensure lag-free functioning of the Galaxy Core.


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