Samsung Galaxy Note II Dual-SIM Goes Official, Available December 3 in China

Samsung Galaxy Note II with dual-SIM support

Recently, a dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy S III was spotted online and the two SIM cards can be used for GSM and another for CDMA. It is expected to be heading to China Mobile, Telecom and Unicom stores in the near future. Now the Galaxy Note II with dual-SIM capability has been made official by Samsung China.

It seems that Samsung was already listing the Galaxy Note II with dual-SIM capability on its Official website. The Galaxy Note II bearing model number GT-N7102 will support two SIM cards: one is a regular sized and another is a micro SIM. The device has a collection of radios: GSM 850/900/1, 800/1,900 and WCDMA 850/900/1,900/2100 MHz.

Samsung Galaxy Note II

Today, Samsung also announced another dual–SIM Android flip phone, the SCH-W2013 which features a dual 3.7-inch Super AMOLED display with 800x 480 Resolution designed for Jackie Chan. Well dual-SIM phones are quite popular in China.

The dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy Note II will be available in China for ¥5699 (around $915). But there’s no further information that to which carrier, the device will be heading. This Galaxy Note II will be available on December 3 which is on contrary with earlier rumors of a November 24 availability.

We will bring you more updates when we have more details regarding carrier availability.

Source:Samsung Via: Android Authority

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