After presenting the Galaxy Note 5 in August of last year, soon the first rumors emerged that the device would win a version with support for two chips, this information being confirmed later, but the release date remained unknown.
The good news is that Samsung has officially unveiled the dual-SIM version of the Galaxy Note 5, which can now be purchased in India for $ 777.00 and $ 867.00 for the 32 GB and 64 GB versions of internal storage, respectively, which in direct conversion and without taxes are equivalent to R $ 3,100 and R $ 3,470.
In terms of technical specifications, there are no changes other than the addition of a second SIM card slot, including the Galaxy Note 5 with a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED screen with QHD resolution, 4 GB of RAM, Exynos 7420 processor and a set of cameras with 16 megapixel rear sensor and 5 megapixel front sensor.
The launch focuses on consumer demand for top-of-the-line dual-SIM handset variants, features that are often only offered on entry-level handsets. Such devices are very popular in mass markets like India and Brazil.
For now the Galaxy Note 5 dual-SIM will be sold only in the Asian market, and there is no forecast for launching the device here, but if Samsung follows the same logic of the Indian market, it is very likely that the device will be launched in the national territory .
And would you buy a Galaxy Note 5 with support for two chips?