Samsung Galaxy Note 5 with dual SIM slot goes on sale in China
Samsung resumed the global rollout of their flagship device, the Galaxy Note 5, on Monday as the phablet smartphone became available in the People’s Republic Of China. China Telecom, one of the country’s biggest carriers now has the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (type SM-9200) in stock and is selling each unit at 5,388 Chinese yuan or $846 in US dollars.
Rocking a dual nano SIM slot and 32GB of storage space, Samsung SM-9200 is laced with support for several FDD-LTE and TD-LTE bands in order to be compatible with Chinese 4G networks. Besides that, the handset shares similar hardware with other variants of the Note 5 handset.
Southwest of China — in India — the Android 5.1 Lollipop-powered smartphone was equally launched last month with a price tag of $807. The Indian version also features a dual SIM slot and support for local LTE frequencies.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 sports a 5.7-inch Quad HD touchscreen, 4GB of RAM, 64-bit Exynos chipset, a 16-megapixel camera, wireless charging battery with 3000mAh of juice and most notably, a digitally stylus pen which Samsung calls “S Pen.”
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