It’s common that people in China use two networks at once, hence Samsung wants to have a special version of the Galaxy Note II that can support this capability. We’re hearing that the dual-SIM Note II will be released soon, allowing Chinese who can afford it to be available on two different phone numbers at all times. The story goes on suggesting that China Unicom will be the first carrier to offer the phablet that will work both on its CDMA-based and other GSM networks.
Aside from this important tweak, the Chinese Galaxy Note II will remain super-powerful under the hood, rocking 1.6 GHz Exynos 4412 quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM, 5.5-inch 720p HD screen, S-Pen and so on.
Now we’re wondering whether something similar will be released in other parts of the world. I’m sure Chinese are not the only one appreciating this feature and I can easily imagine travelers having an existing (home) SIM working alongside another one bought in the other country. Sounds awesome, don’t you think?
[Via: Unwired View]