Samsung Galaxy Note II Dual SIM to be Sold in China
Having a dual SIM smart phone is certainly an advantage as you can diversify your personal calls and official calls. Dual SIM phones have few advantages as in comparison with other phones. Samsung by launching Galaxy S Duos recently in the market, has taken the dual SIM smart phone market to high end competition.
We know that Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is very recently launched and this phablet phone boosting with 5.5 inches display gets a new variant with dual SIM support in China, this means that dual SIM card phones are becoming popular phones quietly. An alleged picture of Galaxy Note 2 was received possessing three slots on the back, one for the micro SD card and other two for the regular SIM cards, out of which one is for the micro SIM card.
This dual SIM Galaxy Note 2 phone by Samsung is headed for the launch in China via the China Unicom, although there were no leaks about the pricing and the release date info. Going through the specifications of Galaxy Note II phone as it was launched in IFA Samsung UnPacked event, it’s with 1280 x 720 pixel resolution with 267 ppi pixel density. It will be powered with 1.6 Ghz Samsung Exynos 4412 processor flaunting 2 GB of RAM on board. It includes 8 mega pixel camera on the rear side with 1080p HD video recording and 1.9 mega pixel camera on the front side for video chat. Powered with 3100 mAh battery it keeps the device ON for longer duration and comes with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean pre installed out of the box.
So with Galaxy Note 2 Dual SIM headed for China Unicom, will we witness this device internationally? We think Yes, What do you say?