Back in September, right before IFA 2104 trade show kicked off, Samsung announced its latest flagship devices - the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Edge. The Galaxy Note 4 has already started selling in almost all the markets.
Now it appears that the company has introduced couple of new variants of the Galaxy Note 4 in China. The company has in fact announced three new dual-SIM variants of the Galaxy Note 4. However, it should be noted that these devices wouldn't go out of China.
Precisely, the first one with a model number SM-N9109W works with China Telecom, the second one SM-N9106W for China Unicom, and the third variant bearing SM-N9108V model number is a SIM-free device.
The first SIM card on all the three versions will host LTE support that is compatible with both TDD and FDD networks (Chinese and International bands). The second SIM is 2G.
The SIM-free variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 duos will cost you CNY 5,400 (Approx. Rs. 54,000) and there's no word on the pricing of the other two models.
As far as the differences are concerned between the regular variant and the new Dual SIM variants are concerned, there is just one. The new versions come powered by a 3,000 mAh battery. Everything else remains common.