Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 phablet is certainly one of the best in the market and if you’re holding back on getting the device mainly because it won’t accommodate two SIM cards at once, the Korean giant has answered your prayers. A dual SIM version of the flagship phone has been officially launched and it has dual standby support as well.
The only downside is that the device is currently limited to the Chinese market and it’ll at the most go on sale in several locations across Asia where dual SIM phones are in demand. But all hope isn’t lost – There is still a way of getting hold of this Samsung Galaxy Note 4 model by relying on ecommerce websites that offer international shipping.
Of course, there are risks involved here and the biggest downside is the lack of warranty. The latest release carries the model number SM-N9100 and it comes with almost the same hardware as the LTE version. One SIM slot supports 4G and 3G networks, while the other can only be used with 2G frequencies, so depicts the image above from Sogi.com.
GSMDome notes that Samsung has modified another component, the battery, which has been downgraded to 3000mAh capacity. The phone runs on Android 4.4.4 KitKat and is powered by the 2.7GHz quad core Snapdragon 805 chipset with the latest Adreno 420 graphics. Additionally, it has LTE Cat.6 support.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 dual SIM specs:
– Android 4.4 KitKat
– 5.7-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED touchscreen
– 2.7GHz quad core Snapdragon 805 SOC
– 3GB RAM, 16GB storage, 128GB expandable
– 3.7MP front shooter, 16MP rear camera
– Dual SIM support w/ LTE Cat.5 support
– 3000mAh battery
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 should go on sale in China soon and it’ll likely reach other markets in the coming weeks.