Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562 review
Samsung also sticks to its line with this device and does not use metal on the casing's exterior, unlike frequently seen in competitors . The display bezel and the entire casing are made of plastic, which naturally has an effect on the weight.New Zealand vs Australia Live STream The total weight, including the battery, is 120 grams. That is 13 grams less than Samsung's Galaxy S3 flagship product. All Blacks vs Wallabies Live STream The charger weighs 36 grams. A plus point that pleases us is the matte-white battery lid, because fingerprints and micro-scratches virtually remain invisible. This regrettably cannot be said about the screen.NZ All Blacks vs Wallabies Australia Live STream As usual for this device category, a glare-type screen is installed, so a micro-fiber cloth should always be at hand for wiping off annoying fingerprints.Wallabies vs NZ All Blacks Live STream Owing to the marginally protruding display bezel, the Galaxy S DUOS does not completely rest on the display. The silver-colored plastic bezel's surface texture strongly resembles brushed aluminum. Since Samsung is adept at using poly-carbonates, we do not discover any flaws in terms of stiffness or workmanship on this smartphone.
The casing's rear also defies selective pressure.Springboks vs Argentina Live Stream All gaps are even and the device's workmanship is absolutely meticulous. Both the volume rocker's and power button's pressure point is good as usual and the home button's pressure point feels even better. The device looks a lot like the Galaxy S3 due to its design and the buttons' positioning. However, we see clear differences in the dimensions. The Galaxy S DUOS is not as slim with 10.5 mm as the Galaxy S2 (8.5 mm) or S3 (8.6 mm). Also, it is not as wide (63 mm) or as high (122 mm).NZ All Blacks vs Wallabies Live Stream It is comfortable to hold and is easy to use with one hand due to the low width and height. The smartphone is currently available in "pure white".