A dual-SIM variant of the new Samsung Galaxy Note 5 recently passed certification in China.
Samsung’s decision to miss IFA this year and organise their own event was more than just show. The company were making a conscious effort to get the jump on Apple in the hope of clawing some buyers away from the new iPhone devices.
At the Samsung Unpacked event, the company announced one new mobile device and a new phablet. The Galaxy Note 5 is releasing in select markets across the world, though sadly won’t be coming to the UK. One of those markets is China, where the certification process has revealed a dual-SIM variant of the device. The extra SIM slot replaces the microSD card slot, meaning there will be no removable storage on this device. Other than this, specifications remain the same.
Expect a best-in-class 5.7-inch Quad HD display, 4GB RAM and the same Exynos 7420 processor that is found in the S6 and S6 Edge.
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