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Although both the Samsung Galaxy Win as well as the Samsung Galaxy Trend Duos II are currently unavailable for purchase, this has not stopped the South Korean manufacturer from releasing the firmware for these Android smartphones a few days back. Today Samsung took one more step towards inciting potential developers by releasing the kernel source code for both these Chinese-bound Android 4.1 Jelly Bean smartphones.

The Samsung Galaxy Win features a 4.7 inch TFT display that works at a pixel resolution of 480 by 800 pixels at a 199 PPI density. Other specs include a 1.2 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex A5 CPU, an Adreno 205 GPU and 1GB of RAM. You can download the kernel source cod for the Samsung Galaxy Win at the following link.

As the (unnecessary complicated) name suggests, the Samsung Galaxy Trend Duos II is an Android smartphone with dual-sim functionality. The 4 inch TFT screen runs a pixel resolution of 480 by 800 at a 233 PPI, meaning that it should be a great option if you’re on the lookout for a compact, entry-level Android smartphone with a decent display. You can download the kernel source cod for the Samsung Galaxy trend Duos II at the following location.

Mike Andrici
Growing up in my father's PC store, I was surrounded by and developed a passion for technology ever since I was in kindergarten. However, advancements made in the technology world continue to amaze me on a daily basis! I've been writing about the Android OS since back in October 2008, when Google and HTC launched the first Android smartphone ever, the T-Mobile G1 / HTC Dream. Although I'm no company's fanboy, Android is the mobile OS I devoutly support.
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