The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was just unveiled at IFA less than two weeks ago, official release dates haven’t been released but yet we’re already seeing news of local variants. What we have here are some leaked photos of a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 sporting two SIM card slots.
Phones sporting two SIM cards are becoming increasing common in Asian markets since consumers will often sport two different numbers depending on the deals that the carrier provides. In the Philippines having two or three phone numbers is common and the country has even exceeded 100% mobile penetration last year.
China Unicom is rumored to be the first carrier to offer the phablet with working SIM cards for both the CDMA and GSM networks.
Everything else inside the super sized handset appears to be buisiness as usual with a 1.6 GHz Exynos 4412 quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM under its 5.5-inch 720p HD display.
We’re curious to see if they bring this out in any other geographies, my guess would be that it would be pretty popular in other regions too. There is no word on how much extra you’ll have to pay for this upgrade.
Via: Unwired View