9 Dual-SIM Supported Android Devices Of Different Price Range [Picked]

There are lot of people looking for suggestion on smartphones with support for two SIM cards. Also, ...

There are lot of people looking for suggestion on smartphones with support for two SIM cards. Also, considering the amount of existing models, it is difficult to know which one to choose. So we decided to bring you details about some major Android phones of different price range with such a feature. The goal of this article is not to compare a device with another to find out this is better than that. We are only offering options to make your life easier at the time of purchase. We also want to emphasize that there are many other Androids with support for disk-SIM, we are just laying a few which we think will be better choice.

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Simpler Devices

Samsung Galaxy Y Duos S6102

Our list begins with a already well known device. This is the Galaxy Y in its version with two SIM support. The features in this device are very basic, however it is a gadget that serves well for those seeking to access social networks and perform simple tasks.

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Screen: 3.14" (240x320 pixels).
CPU: Single core 832 MHz.
GPU: Broadcom BCM21553.
RAM: 290 MB.
Storage: 160 MB.
Camera: 3.15 MP.
OS: Android 2.3.

LG Optimus L3 E435 II Dual Sim

Going up the price a bit, we have the LG Optimus L3 II with a bit more RAM and a considerable amount of internal space. Screen resolution and camera are similar to those of the competitor. The major difference here however is the presence of a more powerful chips and higher version of Android.

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Screen: 3.2" (240x320 pixels).
CPU: Single core 1 GHz.
GPU: Adreno 200.
RAM: 512 MB.
Storage: 4GB.
Camera: 3.15 MP.
OS: Android 4.1.

Sony Xperia E C1604 Dual SIM

Sony also has a very good device to offer to consumers who do not want to spend much. The Xperia E C1604 has a screen little bigger than the counterparts, but offers less internal space computing with the phone from LG.

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(Image Source: Press Release / Sony )

Screen: 3.5" (320x480 pixels).
CPU: Single core 1 GHz.
GPU: Adreno 200.
RAM: 512 MB.
Storage: 2GB.
Camera: 3.15 MP.
OS: Android 4.0.

Motorola Razr D1 Dual SIM XT916

The Motorola Razr D1 is a very robust device for the suggested retail price. It offers the same storage space that the LG, screen size identical to the Sony and even offers more RAM. Certainly, it is a great Android device with excellent value for money.

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Screen: 3.5" (320x480 pixels).
CPU: Single core 1 GHz.
GPU: PowerVR SGX531.
RAM: 1 GB.
Storage: 4GB.
Camera: 5 MP.
OS: Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).

Mid-Range Devices

If you are looking for a great deal with better performance and pretty moderate price, here’s 3 mid-range devices for you. All models bring the same display size and the same resolution. The differences are mostly in the RAM and processor.

LG offers the cheapest one with modest specification. The Samsung fancies a bit in RAM, but the price increases relatively. Finally, Motorola offers a dual-core processor with 1 GB of RAM for the same price of the handset from Samsung.

LG Optimus L5 II E455 Dual

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Screen: 4" (480x800 pixels).
CPU: Single core 1 GHz.
GPU: PowerVR SGX531.
RAM: 512 MB.
Storage: 4GB.
Camera: 5 MP.
OS: Android 4.1.

Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562

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Screen: 4" (480x800 pixels).
CPU: Single core 1 GHz.
GPU: Adreno 200.
RAM: 768 MB.
Storage: 4GB.
Camera: 5 MP.
OS: Android 4.0.

Motorola Razr D3 Dual SIM XT920

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Screen: 4" (480x800 pixels).
CPU: Dual-core 1.2 GHz.
GPU: PowerVR SGX531.
RAM: 1 GB.
Storage: 4GB.
Camera: 8 MP.
OS: Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).

High-End Devices

To conclude our list, we have two devices with larger screens. Both the LG Optimus L7 II and the Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos smartphones are able to provide sufficient performance to run multiple apps simultaneously and handle the latest games.

In a quick comparison, we can say that the Samsung has the edge with its CPU, which brings higher clock speed. Anyway, what really makes the difference is the RAM of the Grand Duos, which can offer an enhanced experience for those who use many apps. In addition, the Samsung has more internal space.

As for the screen, it becomes clear that each device has a specific consumer. The LG is aimed at people seeking more clarity (the display it has a higher pixel density) and do not care about small space - although 4.3" is more than enough. Anyway, the final decision will be in charge of your pocket and needs.

LG Optimus L7 II P716 Dual SIM

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Screen: 4.3" (480x800 pixels).
CPU: Dual-core 1 GHz.
GPU: Adreno 203.
RAM: 768 MB.
Storage: 4GB.
Camera: 8 MP.
OS: Android 4.1.

Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos I9082

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Screen: 5"(480x800 pixels).
CPU: Dual-core 1.2 GHz.
GPU: Broadcom VideoCore IV.
RAM: 1 GB.
Storage: 8 GB.
Camera: 8 MP.
OS: Android 4.1.

Which One Will You Buy?

As mentioned, these are just some of the devices which supports two SIM cards simultaneously. There are much more advanced models, but are also much more expensive. Which one you buy, is completely up to you. But first make sure that you really need a dual SIM supported device, if not, we would then recommend you to buy a traditional Android device with single SIM support.

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