If you think that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 happens to be the “bomb” among all Samsung offerings at the moment, but figured out that things would be even better if the phablet did come with dual SIM capability, then fret no more about the situation, as the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will indeed come with dual SIM slots. Carrying the model number SM-N9100, this will be different from the vanilla SM-N910 model that comes with just one SIM slot, as with any other self-respecting, normal smartphone/phablet would have. With the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N9100, it will feature a couple of microSIM slot that will remain nestled comfortably behind, and they work seamlessly in dual standby.
Of course, the rest of the hardware specifications would more or less remain similar, apart from the inclusion of another microSIM slot. This means that users will be able to enjoy the Snapdragon 805 processor underneath the hood which is accompanied by LTE support, 3GB RAM, a Quad HD display, and the much talked about S Pen stylus. Do take note that out of the two SIM slots, one of them will be 4G/3G/2G, while the other is a 2G one, so it would not make much sense at all to rely on the 2G slot when it comes to data intensive moments.
Word has it that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N9100 will roll out in China soon, without any expectations of it hitting the other markets.
- Super AMOLED
- 515 PPI
- f/2.2 Aperture
- No Wireless Charg.
- Snapdragon 805