The dual-SIM variant of the Galaxy Note 5 that Samsung had recently announced is finally up for grabs. The handset can be purchased from Samsung’s official online store in India.
For Samsung, the resident Korean electronics giant, to release a dual-sim variant considering how popular those devices are in India. Currently, there is only one version of the Dual-SIM Note 5 to be released. The 32GB variant will run you about Rs. 51,400 (an equivalent of $760), while the 64GB version has yet to be released. It is available in black, silver and gold colors.
As for what’s under the hood, the Dual-SIM version of the Note 5 features pretty much the same specifications as the regular version which we reviewed here at AndroidGuys:
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In fact, the device runs Android 5.1 Lollipop out-of-the-box and supports 4G LTE connectivity just like the single SIM Note 5.
The good news for those who want to buy the Note 5 is, either you can opt for the dual-SIM variant or even the single SIM version of the handset is a good option, especially since Samsung has slashed its price by Rs. 6,000 ($90). You can now purchase the 32 GB Note 5 for Rs. 47,900 (around $705), while the 64 GB version can be bought for Rs. 53,900 (around $795).