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Samsung launches dual SIM Galaxy Note 3

As expected, Samsung has launched a dual SIM variant of the Galaxy Note 3. Currently available in China, the dual SIM model runs on the Snapdragon 800 processor and, thankfully, doesn’t come with a region lock. Samsung hasn’t officially announced the dual SIM variant, but according to GSMArena, it costs around €735 (the single SIM model is around €700).

Don’t expect the dual SIM Galaxy Note 3 to be launched in markets other than a few Asian ones, though since there’s no region locking at play, no one is stopping you from importing one to Europe or the US if two SIM slots are what you want.

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Slabada
Slabada

hey, just bought the regular note3. One week after start of sales and better devices coming?

wonderham
wonderham

Why Apple? Just buy HTC and other devices Nexus 5 will be very interesting soon. Sumsung gettin bader and bader no wonder the S4 selling was bader than expected with this simlock will Samsung kickin in the own ass ….
Btw. the Snapdragon 600 mess in the Galaxy S4 and some month later the Snapdragon 800, only 16GB build in, 32GB cost some $ more. I sell my Galaxy S4 and buy a Nexus 5, enough from this Samsung crap …

Joe Mitri
Joe Mitri

Bader ?!

oli_tf
oli_tf

hey guys! no worries about this handicap of local SIM-loc … you can always buy a dual sim Note3 or jailbreak your samsung, sure this will be possible, or just buy as many devices as countries you travel to. Continue buying Samsung’s devices or you want Apple again to become Nº1?
It’s a matter of honor: As Samsung fan now starts the phase of suffering, but you are al masoquists, a little.