As expected, Samsung has officially announced the launch of dual-SIM variant of Galaxy Note 3. The dual-SIM version is currently available in China, and is free from region locked, so the smartphone can be exported and used in other countries in the planet too.
Unlike Samsung Galaxy Note 2, which includes one micro SIM and a normal SIM, the Galaxy Note 3 has two micro SIM card slots as well as microSD card slot between them.
As far as specifications are concerned, there aren’t much differences between dual-SIM and single SIM version of Galaxy Note 3. Just like international variant of Note 3 (N9005), it also packs quad-core Snapdragon processor, Android 4.3, 3GB RAM and 5.7-inch full HD display, and LTE support.
According to the company, the dual-SIM Galaxy Note 3 is priced at 5799 Chinese Yuan (approx 58,193), and it can be grabbed from Samsung China e-store. There is no word on the availability outside China yet.