Samsung’s website possibly reveals dual-SIM Galaxy S9 for Europe
Samsung does release dual-SIM variants of its flagship smartphones but they’re only released in select markets and Europe hasn’t always been one of them. However, a support page has been spotted on Samsung Germany’s website which suggests that the dual-SIM Galaxy S9 might be launched in Europe. It’s unclear if the company will offer the dual-SIM Galaxy S9+ in Europe as well.
Dual-SIM Galaxy S9 for Europe
The company only offered a dual-SIM variant of the Galaxy S8+ and not the Galaxy S8. However, the support page that has now been spotted on Samsung Germany’s website is for a dual-SIM Galaxy S9 bearing model number SM-G960F/DS. The “DS” here denotes that this is a dual-SIM variant.
It remains to be seen if Samsung is going to offer both the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ in dual-SIM flavor or if it’s just going to be limited to the smaller model this year.
Don’t be too sure about this even though a listing has surfaced on Samsung’s own website. A similar listing was spotted on another Samsung website six months ago which suggests that the dual-SIM Galaxy Note 8 (SM-N950F/DS) would be officially released in Europe.
Samsung is going to unveil the Galaxy S9 officially on February 25. A recent report suggests that the new flagship will be released on March 16.