Samsung Duos GT-S7262 shares the same design principles that have become familiar from all Samsung’s smartphones.
The phone features the same 'clean' design as its predecessors, maintaining the same metallic-looking speaker grille on top of the display and a centered home button beneath flanked by the menu and return physical keys. MicroUSB 2.0 slot located at the bottom. There is no front-facing camera here.
Measuring in at 121.2 x 62.7 x 10.6mm and weighing in at 121g, the phone isn’t too big in the hand neither is it heavy nor cumbersome to use. Despite featuring the same size screen as say, the Nokia Lumia 520, it does have a smaller imprint thanks to the curved corners which also make it easier to hold.
The power/lock button resides on the right-hand side of the device along with a slight notch to facilitate the removal of the back plate while the left side spots the volume rocker and nothing else.
The top has a solitary 3.5mm headphone jack.
The back plate is also mostly blank save for the Samsung branding, speaker slot, a 2MP camera and blank space where a LED flash should be. Pop off this back plate and the 1500 mAh battery is comes into view, underneath which you will find two micro-SIM slots alongside a microSD slot to accommodate additional external storage.
Wireless connectivity options on the GT-S7262 are limited to GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth and WiFi while a microUSB v2.0 slot handles wired connections. It is understandable that there is no NFC or HDMI out on this model and quite impressive that Wifi Direct is built in, however the lack of 3G on any device in thus age isn’t excusable. Overall, Samsung Duos GT S7262 fits to all who wants a simple looking but medium built android phone.