South Korean handset maker Samsung plans to launch another entry-level dual-SIM phone, the Star Deluxe Duos S5292.
The first photos of the device have just leaked in China and show that it runs Android platform, though from the specs sheet it doesn't seem possible.
According to the leaked specs sheet, Samsung Star Deluxe Duos S5292 is powered by a 312 MHz single-core processor, which might not be enough to run one of the newer Android versions.
However, the first Alcatel Android smartphones launched back in 2011 were equipped with similar CPUs, so anything is possible.
It is also worth mentioning that Samsung Star Deluxe Duos S5292 packs only 128MB of RAM and 512MB of internal memory, as well as microSD card slot for memory expansion (up to 32GB).
In addition, the phone sports a decent 3.5-inch HVGA capacitive touchscreen display and a 3.2-megapixel photo snapper.
When it comes to connectivity, Samsung Star Deluxe Duos S5292 offers everything that a smartphone user would need, including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0 support. There's no word on 3G or anything higher than that for the moment.
Last but not least, the Star Deluxe Duos S5292 is powered by a 1,000 mAh Li-Ion battery. Unfortunately, this has yet to be rated by the manufacturer.
That's about everything we know on the upcoming Samsung Star Deluxe Duos S5292, but it might be enough to know that this is aimed to emerging markets such as China and India.
As a matter of fact, word is that the phone will be launched in China sometime in December, but it's likely the dual-SIM phone will go on sale in other countries as well.
The phone's price has yet to be determined, though we can safely assume this one will be very cheap. Stay tuned for more updates on the matter.