The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was unveiled at IFA last month in Berlin and is available globally from several carriers. Meanwhile, the company introduced the dual-SIM version in China. The images below emerged from a Vietnamese site Zing.vn, who posted a detailed photo-shoot of the dual-SIM Galaxy Note 3.
The device brings a similar set of features as the Snapdragon 800 powered version with the only difference being the dual-SIM slot. The dual-SIM version features one GSM SIMs and WCDMA/GSM SIM card, the latter being used for China Unicom network. The dual-SIM variant is priced at almost $1000, which is slightly higher than the single-SIM unlocked model that is priced at $950.
Other specifications include a 5.7-inch Full-HD Super AMOLED display boasting a 1080p resolution and powered by the mighty Snapdragon 800 chipset with a clock speed of 2.3GHz and 3GB RAM. On the storage side, the phablet brings in 32GB internal storage with a microSD card slot. The handset also features a 13-MP camera with LED flash on the back, similar as the one equipped in Galaxy S4. Lastly, Galaxy Note 3 runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean out of the box. To keep the juice running, the phablet comes with a massive 3,200 mAh battery.
There is no word if the dual-SIM variant will be available in other parts of the world, but we do hope that it will. Furthermore, you could grab this unit, but before doing so, make sure that its compatible with your network otherwise you’re just going to burn your hard-earned cash.