The dual-SIM version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with the model number SM-N9002 has just leaked with some details about the hardware it is packing. According to reports, this variant of the smartphone will come with a Snapdragon 800 chip much like its standard LTE variant, while the global variants come with the Exynos 5420 octa core chipset.
Some benchmark scores have been spotted along with confirmation of the model numbers. The AnTuTu benchmark app show scores of 31,276 which is more than respectable. Strangely, this unit appears to have only 16GB of storage and 2.5GB of RAM unlike the regular variant.
We can expect the smartphone to launch in Asian markets where dual-SIM smartphones are sold in large numbers with China being the first. We expect to learn more about this variant as the days progress. Perhaps Samsung wants to launch this variant alongside the regular Galaxy Note 3 on September 25. We don’t expect to see any other visible changes to the smartphone apart from the RAM and the internal storage.
Source: GSM Insider
Via: Sam Mobile