China Getting Samsung Galaxy Note II With Dual Sim and Dual Standby

Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics is getting ready to release a special variant of their Galaxy Note II handset specifically for China. The picture above shows you a Galaxy Note II with three different slots, two of which are going to be holding SIM cards and the other will be holding a microSD card. While dual SIM cards might be odd for many, it’s actually quite helpful.

Having dual SIM cards will enable users to essentially be able to use two different phone lines in one handset along with being able to monitor both lines at the same time. These types of phones are very popular in China than anywhere else and this handset could be headed to their Unicom network. The rest of the hardware on the phone looks to be the same as you would find in the U.S or European countries. With the 1280 x 720 Super AMOLED HD screen and Exynos 4412 processor, I’m sure there won’t be many that can pass this handset up. This special attention that Samsung Electronics is showing to the Chinese market just goes to show how big Samsung is trying to with the Galaxy Note II.

Hopefully we’ll be seeing the Galaxy Note 2 release in the U.S soon.

source: talk android

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