Samsung has dual-SIM Galaxy A5 in tow for China
After the Koreans launched their first full-blown metal smartphones, Samsung could be adding another twist to make sure these phones sell very well in some parts of the world where demand is mostly different.
According to an entry on Samsung’s official website in China, there’s this Samsung Galaxy A5 Dual SIM variant that will be available for in the Peoples’ Republic. However, this doesn’t stop the ‘normal’, single SIM model from being available in the country that has the largest population and economy on the planet.
From what was explained on the web page, one of the SIM card slot will support TD-LTE while the second one will work with LTE-FDD networks. The two slots will support normal GSM bands as well.
The Galaxy A5 Dual SIM still has a 5-inch HD display, 2GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 410 chipset, 13-megapixel camera, 5MP selfie unit and a non-removable 2300mAh Li-Ion battery — thanks to the phone’s aluminum uni-body.
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