Korean smartphone manufacturer Samsung has come up with the dual-SIM version of its next-gen flagship phablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Check out the details about the new device and let us know if it interests you.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is one great phablet. But if you have been one of those consumers dreaming about the Galaxy Note 3 but not buying one because you need a dual-SIM device, then we have good news for you. Similar to the Galaxy S4, Samsung has come up with the dual-SIM version of the Galaxy Note 3.
This new dual-SIM version will be exactly identical to the original Galaxy Note 3; the only difference will be the extra SIM card slot. By the way, this is good news but may be not for every consumer out there. The dual-SIM Galaxy Note 3 will first be available in China, but the best part is that the device is unlocked and SIM-free, so if you can get the device shipped to your location, you are good to go. But before you do so, just be sure to check the supported network bands and also ensure that you activate your device from the right location.
Coming to the known specs of the new Galaxy Note 3, the dual-SIM version is also equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset. The phablet is equipped with a quad-core processor, Adreno 330 GPU and 3GB of RAM. And since the device has specs very similar to the international N9005 model, it is very much sure that the device will be LTE enabled.
Samsung did not arrange a special press event to announce the dual-SIM version of the Galaxy Note 3, but we know that its coming, coming soon to a store and website near you. In Asia, the dual-SIM version of Note 3 has been priced at 735 euros whereas the single-SIM standard version is available for 700 euros. There is no official information about the final pricing and availability, but we expect Samsung to start making announcements soon.