Last week, South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung made the Galaxy Note 3 official at IFA in Berlin, and it seems that it won’t be long before it launches it in China.
In fact, cnbeta reports that the handset has already received network certification in the country, with four models spotted at China’s Communications ministry.
We’re still unsure whether all four models will be launched in the territory, but we do know that two of these versions come with dual-SIM capabilities packed inside.
According to GizChina, both China Unicom and China Telecom will launch the handset, and each should offer both single and dual-SIM options to its users.
Samsung has yet to officially announce plans for the launch of this smartphone in China. Chances are that it will announce the dual-SIM variants of the device in other markets as well.