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.
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.
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