Dual-SIM smartphones give you the opportunity to have two di erent phone networks on a single piece of hardware, saving you money and also the nuisance of carrying around two di erent gadgets with you.
The demand for dual-SIM smartphones has risen
dramatically in recent years, and the market is fi nally
starting to catch up. Here are some of our favourites
of those available. Pricing information is from Amazon,
but shop around and you may find a better deal.
Motorola Moto G
Motorola's Moto G is still the best
budget smartphone around. It's got
great build quality, an excellent screen
and decent cameras, and is limited
only in the storage department and
a lack of 4G support. A great buy.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini Dual-SIM
The Galaxy S4 mini is a great
mid-range option, off ering
the same styling as the
full-blown S4, but with
a cheaper price tag.
The cameras are
good, but the
both under par.
HTC One Dual SIM 802w
The HTC One has superb
performance and excellent
build quality, spoiled only
slightly by running hot in use.
You can't fault the feature set,
and in terms of audio visual
output it is unsurpassed.
Sony Xperia C Dual SIM C2305
Sony's Xperia C is a 5in
smartphone with an 8Mp camera.
With a 1.2GHz quad-core processor
inside and running Google Android
4.2 Jelly Bean, it's 8.9mm thick and
weighs just 153g.
Acer Liquid S1 Dual SIM
With a 5.7in (1280x720, 258ppi)
screen the Acer Liquid S1 is a beast
of a handset, yet it's still just 8mm
thick. Inside you'll fi nd a 1.5GHz
processor and 1GB of RAM. Acer's
Float UI is a nice addition.