Dual SIM Samsung Galaxy Note 4 goes official in China
In China, Samsung has released the dual-SIM version of it’s latest Note, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. In mobile electronics, the Chinese prefer size, and that’s why Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus is doing far greater than the smaller iPhone 6 in the eastland country; no wonder Samsung has taken much precision in delivering it’s phablet flagship there — according to the people’s taste.
The dual SIM Samsung Galaxy Note 4 supports China’s home-brewed TDD LTE and FDD LTE bands and will retain most of the specs found on the original Note 4.
Pricing for the smartphone is ¥5,399 (roughly $880) per unit while availability is in black, white, gold or pink.
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