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Galaxy Note 2 Dual SIM
Ilse Jurriën : November 24th 2012 - 11:00 CET
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SamsungNew Galaxy Note 2 Dual SIM smartphone in China : On the Chinese website of Samsung the new Galaxy Note 2 Dual SIM N7102 smartphone has appeared. Users can insert both a normal SIM card and a micro SIM card into the new Galaxy Note Dual SIM phone. The 5.5" HD Super AMOLED display remains the same, as well as other specifications. The Galaxy Note 2 Dual SIM also runs on the Android 4.1 operating system, features a 1.6Ghz quad-core processor and 2GB RAM memory. The 8 megapixel digital camera and the 1.9 megapixel front-camera are also maintained. Similar to the regular version, the Galaxy Note 2 Dual SIM includes an S Pen. Whether the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Dual SIM will also appear outside of China is still uncertain.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Dual SIM

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Dual SIM
The Galaxy Note 2 Dual SIM supports two SIM cards, a regular SIM card (25x15mm) and a micro SIM card (12x15mm). Both support GSM/HSDPA. The SIM cards can be inserted simultaneously into the phone. The advantage of two SIM cards should be found in the way the smartphone is used. For example, you have a phone for your private life and a smartphone for your business contacts. By using two SIM cards, and therefore two separate phone numbers, you only have to carry one device, while being able to separate your business phone calls from your private calls.

Galaxy Note 2 Dual SIM

Galaxy Note 2 Dual SIM price & availability
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Dual SIM GT-N7102 smartphone will be sold in China from 3 December, at a suggested retail price of ¥5,699. This is just a little over €700 Euros. In terms of price the Dual SIM version is almost equal to the single SIM model. But it is still unclear whether the Galaxy Note Dual SIM will also become available in countries other than China.
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