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The Samsung C6112 isn't the first Dual SIM phone to market, and not even the first device with such capability from the Korean manufacturer. It is easy to see though that once the networks start to promote such devices that Dual SIM handsets will soon become more the norm than is currently the case, and Dual SIM technology will no doubt soon be included on a wider range of products.
The Dual SIM handset allows you to have two SIM cards inserted and active on the device, and switching between the two cards is done via a dedicated key on the side of the phone. SIM one support is for quad band GSM, offering coverage worldwide, whilst SIM two offers dual band coverage. The main display is a standard QVG TFT display, supporting up to 256,000 colours. Under the display are the main menu navigation options, two soft option keys, main Navi key and send/end call keys.
The C6112 sports a 'point 'n' shoot' quality 2.0 Megapixel camera, and can also record video clips at up to 15 fps. There is no front facing camera, but then the C6112 is not a 3G handset. All data transfer is handled via either EDGE or GPRS where supported.