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China Telecom starts selling the dual-SIM Galaxy Note 5

Discussion in 'SAMSUNG - What's New?' started by Samsung, Sep 14, 2015.

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    Samsung is gradually releasing the Galaxy Note 5 in more markets across the globe but still the handset is not seeing the kind of full-fledged rollout that the Galaxy S6 edge+ has seen. Samsung is going to make customers in a lot of markets wait for the new phablet, particularly those who reside in Europe, but those who live in China can now pick up the Galaxy Note 5 from China Telecom.

    It’s one of the biggest mobile carriers in the People’s Republic and it has started selling the Galaxy Note 5 (SM-9200), this model will work nicely in the China region considering the fact that it has support for the homegrown TD-LTE networks. While all of the major specifications remain the same there is one substantial change: this particular model has dual-SIM support, something you won’t find in the models being sold in the United States for example. The handset is available from China Telecom in gold and white colors for RMB 5388 ($850).

    #1 Samsung, Sep 14, 2015 at 12:22 AM
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