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September 09, 2012

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for China to get dual-SIM

It’s becoming clear that having a single SIM on a smartphone isn’t going to fly with the Chinese and it’s only going to be a matter of time before they incorporate their trademark “twist” to any smartphone they laid their eyes on. Their recent project, dual-SIM Galaxy Note II (GT-N7100).

Besides having extra SIM card slots, this alleged Multi-SIM version of the Galaxy Note II’s specs will be the same as the international variant.

It is said to be headed to Chinese telco named China Unicom, but there’s no word when and for how much. It’ll be interesting to see which flagship device they’ll alter next and imbue it with the dual-SIM functionality.

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7 Responses to “Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for China to get dual-SIM”

  1. Ramon says:

    Parang palaging may sariling versions ng phones ang mga chinese o.o

    anyway, interesting… But I’ll still hold on my current galaxy note XD

    wla pa naman reason para magpalit hehe

  2. Henry Cabatana
    Twitter: androidNme
    says:

    maybe Samsung think that they cannot fight Chinese copying there Samsung Note just like this chinese copy http://www.fastcardtech.com/goods.php?u=42848&id=7520 HDC Galaxy Note 2 5.4″ QHD Screen MTK6577 Dual Core 1.2Ghz Android 4.1 Dual Sim Standby

    • game6master6
      Twitter: game6master6
      says:

      Henry, nice web link, do u know if those products are reliable? they are overly low prices for example the galaxy s 3 in their site only cost less than P10,000 same with the Galaxy Note?

      Sir Abe, Yuga or anyone please verify this if anyone has personal knowledge because i really want to buy a Samsung Galaxy S3 or Note 2 but my budget can only buy S2 here in stores in the Philippines.

      Please advice me and I will really appreciate your replies or email me game6master6@yahoo.com Thanks again.

  3. game6master6
    Twitter: game6master6
    says:

    @Ronnie Bulaong, yuga, abe,
    I am an avid follower and reader of your posts, i learned a lot. Keep up the good work.

    @Henry
    nice web link, do u know if those products are reliable? they are overly low prices for example the galaxy s 3 in their site only cost less than P10,000 same with the Galaxy Note?

    Sir Abe, Yuga or anyone please verify this if anyone has personal knowledge because i really want to buy a Samsung Galaxy S3 or Note 2 but my budget can only buy S2 here in stores in the Philippines.

    Please advice me and I will really appreciate your replies or email me game6master6@yahoo.com Thanks again.

    Please answer.

    • game6master6
      Twitter: game6master6
      says:

      WOW after a month waiting nobody bothers to reply a simple question? i have been an avid follower and reader but no value n return?

      @Ronnie Bulaong, yuga, abe, adn toher so -called experts

      pls answer naman!

    • Henry Cabatana
      Twitter: androidNme
      says:

      sorry for late reply …im not monitoring this post so im not aware you’re posting a reply on my comment. by the way i bought three (3) items from them & the latest is this http://www.fastcardtech.com/goods.php?u=42848&id=7422
      but still awaiting for the arrival of my latest order which they said they will send on Monday.. i will keep you posted when the item arrive on my end.

      P.S. maybe sir Ronnie Bulaong is so busy this time that’s why there’s no reply

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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