Dual Sim Smartphones

Phones from previous generations were limited to texting and messaging. With technological advancements taking place in the field of mobile technology, smartphones have become the base for innovation for innumerable manufacturers. For the users, a smartphone is a multi-functional device that makes intelligent use of data and information. Read buying guide

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  • HTC U11 Eyes Dual Sim 64GB Black
    $435.00 $649.00 -33%
  • Samsung Galaxy S9+ Dual Sim G965FD 4G 128GB Blue
    $955.00 $1,499.00 -36%
  • Sony Xperia XA2 H4133 Dual Sim 4G 32GB Silver
    $375.00 $599.00 -37%
  • New Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Dual SIM 128GB 4G LTE Smartphone Purple (FREE INSURANCE + 1 YEAR AUSTRALIAN WARRANTY)
    $959.00 $1,259.00 -24%
  • Samsung Galaxy S9 Dual Sim G960FD 4G 64GB Purple
    $749.00 $1,199.00 -38%
  • New Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Dual SIM 128GB 4G LTE Smartphone Midnight Black (FREE INSURANCE + 1 YEAR AUSTRALIAN WARRANTY)
    $969.00 $1,259.00 -23%
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 G950FD 4G 64GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Maple Gold
  • New OnePlus 6T A6013 Dual Sim 128GB 4G LTE Smartphone Mirror Black (FREE INSURANCE + 1 YEAR AUSTRALIAN WARRANTY)
    $844.00 $1,094.00 -23%
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Dual SIM G950FD 64GB Gold
  • Nokia 8 4GB Ram 64GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Steel
  • New Samsung Galaxy S9+ Plus Dual SIM 64GB 4G LTE Smartphone Midnight Black (FREE INSURANCE + 1 YEAR AUSTRALIAN WARRANTY)
    $894.00 $1,144.00 -22%
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Dual Sim N9600 128GB Purple
    $990.00 $1,499.00 -34%
  • Xiaomi Pocophone F1 6GB/64GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Blue
  • Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro J530 Dual SIM 32GB - Light Blue
  • New OnePlus 6 A6003 Dual Sim 64GB 16MP 4G LTE Smartphone Mirror Black (FREE INSURANCE + 1 YEAR AUSTRALIAN WARRANTY)
    $674.00 $909.00 -26%
  • Motorola Moto G6 Plus XT1926 4GB/64GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Deep Indigo
  • New Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Dual SIM 64GB 4G LTE Smartphone Gold (FREE INSURANCE + 1 YEAR AUSTRALIAN WARRANTY)
    $769.00 $999.00 -23%
  • New Samsung Galaxy S9 Dual SIM 64GB 4G LTE Smartphone Lilac Purple (FREE INSURANCE + 1 YEAR AUSTRALIAN WARRANTY)
    $749.00 $1,024.00 -27%
  • Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro J250 Dual sim 1.5GB/ 16GB - Black
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Dual Sim N960FD 128GB Ocean Blue
    $999.00 $1,499.00 -33%
  • New Huawei P20 EML-L29 Dual SIM 4G 128GB Smartphone Blue (FREE INSURANCE + 1 YEAR AUSTRALIAN WARRANTY)
    $684.00 $904.00 -24%
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Dual Sim G950FD 64GB - Gold
    $620.00 $999.00 -38%
  • Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro (2017) Dual Sim J730GM 32GB Gold
  • Huawei Nova 3i INE-LX2 4GB/128GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Iris Purple

Buying guide


Choosing your smartphone


Choosing the OS is important

It’s a no-brainer about what you should first consider when planning to purchase your smartphone – it is the OS. You have the choices of iOS from Apple, Android from Google and Windows from Microsoft. Apple revolutionized the smartphone world when it launched its first iPhone and like any other Apple product, an iPhone is also a status symbol. However, if you want a more popular smartphone, opt for one of the Android smartphones. The Windows OS is less popular than the other two, but if you are hooked to your Windows 8.1 OS on your computer, it could be a great choice buying a Windows phone too. And make sure you find out about the latest OS versions and look at smartphones that are already on that version or can be upgraded to that version.


What do you want to use your phone for?

The RAM is one of the most important considerations when buying smartphones. No one buys a smartphone for just making calls. There are so many games and apps available that you are bound to download many of them. If you are interested in the most basic apps and games, any smartphone with 520MB is enough for you. However, for a better gaming experience, where your games will not stop in between or crash, opt for a smartphone with at least 1GB RAM.


Screen size and resolution for the best display

Nowadays, many would want the largest possible screen size for their smartphone. 5” is a pretty good screen size and the most you should go to is 5.5”. After that, your smartphone becomes a phablet. But don’t just consider the screen size because the screen resolution has to be accordingly good. Look for smartphones with screen resolution of 1080p (1920x1080) and you will get the sharpest images possible. However, 720p (1280x720) screens also render sharp enough images.


How much data storage do you need?

You need proper storage in your smartphone depending on the number of games and apps you want to download. If you think you will download a lot, look for phones that allow external storage. iPhones don’t have this option. Some smartphones can support up to 64GB of additional storage. However, 16GB should be sufficient for a moderate usage of the internal memory (without sticking too many films or musics).


Sharp pictures with the best cameras

You should look at phones with the best cameras and it is important to keep in mind that the number of MPs is not always the right indicator. Camera lenses are also very important and Sony's Cyber-shot lenses are great values when it comes to integrated or additional lenses. If you want to engage in video chat, buy a phone with front and rear cameras.


Battery life is to be considered

This again depends on your usage. If you talk a lot on your phone, you should buy one with longer talk time. 10 hours il an excellent ratio for a battery life on the LAPTOP battery test.


Which smartphones for which use?


If your budget is of no consequence, you may want to buy one of the flagship phones offered by the top manufacturers. Apple iPhone 6 has been launched and so have been Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Sony Xperia Z3. All these phones are equipped with the best features and these phones can give you the best possible smartphone experience.


On the other hand, if you are on a tight budget, there are some excellent smartphones available for you. These smartphones may be manufactured in China, but they are not like the sub-standard Chinese products that the world tends to snigger at. ZTE (ZTE Nubia Z7 Mini or Max Dual SIM or ZTE V955) and Huawei (Huawei Ascend series smartphones) manufacture some fantastic smartphones and you will be delighted with their features and your experience.


Microsoft has recently taken off the Nokia brand and it has already launched the latest Microsoft smartphones in the market. The latest smartphones from Microsoft are packed with features as the Redmond-based IT giant prepares to take on iOS and Android phones. Apart from the Microsoft smartphones, you can also consider some fantastic Windows phones manufactured by Samsung (Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini) and HTC (HTC HD7).


Bigger your smartphone screen size, better is your experience with the display. There are people who have started using phablets, but you could find these gadgets too big. You could look at smartphones that have screen sizes of more than 5” and the experience will be fantastic. The Apple iPhone 4S, the Samsung Galaxy Ace and the HTC Wildfire S all have large screens.


If you are a BlackBerry fan, you still have some choices available. BlackBerry may not be doing as well as it was before in the smartphone market, but it still has fans all over the world and supports them totally. The best BlackBerry phones you can buy now are Q10, Passport and Z30.

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