The Galaxy Trend is Samsung’s latest contender in the hot under-Rs. 10k segment fighting against the MicroMax Fun A76, Lite A92, Sony Xperia E Dual and many more. It has 512MB RAM and a decent 4GB internal memory which with the help of microSD can be expanded up to 32GB. Talking about the camera; it has a comparatively low 3MP rear-facing camera and lacks a front-facing camera which its competitors have to offer. It has a reasonably-sized 4-inches screen with 480x800 pixel resolution. It has a Dual SIM provision. It runs Android Jelly Bean 4.1 version which is powered courtesy of a single-core 1GHz (most competitors have dual-core at least). An additional feature Samsung has provided for Indian users is the 9 regional languages for the user interface and even for user input.
The Samsung Young Duos is an entry-level handset from the Korean giant. The specs are nothing great — a 3.3-inch HVGA (320 x 480 pixel) display, a single-core 1GHz Cortex A5 based processor and 768MB of RAM. It runs a fairly recent version of Android i.e. 4.1 Jelly Bean. The internal memory is 4GB, so roughly less than half of that should be available to the user. It supports 3G speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps. There's a 3.15MP non-autofocus camera at the back, with no LED flash. There's no front-facing secondary camera too. Powering this phone is a 1300 mAh battery which should prove to be adequate; considering that there aren't any power-hungry components in the phone. The Young Duos is a dual-SIM phone. In this same price range, you have phones like the Lava XOLO Q700, that spec-wise are better than this phone in every way.