We know that Chinese users get dual SIM versions of popular devices which the rest of the world can only dream of. Well guess what – that will also be the case with the newly unveiled Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
The recent filing to China’s Communications ministry suggests that the Korean company will offer not 1, but 2 different dual-SIM models of the Galaxy Note 3. It is said that these are heading to China Unicom and China Telecom, while China Mobile (the country’s largest operator) will get a different, single-SIM model.
As it’s usually the case, the chances are slim Samsung will bring these dual-SIM versions to the West. Rather, they’ll keep trying (and succeeding) to sell us two different devices to use with two different networks.
Those of you who missed the Note 3 unveiling should know that it’s the most-powerful Android device unveiled to date. It comes with a 5.7-inch full HD screen, super-fast quad-core chip (Qualcomm Snapdragon 800), 13MP rear and 2MP front cameras, a ton of built-in storage and 3GB of RAM.