Samsung Galaxy S6 Dual-SIM Spotted in the Wild

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    Samsung coming up the dual-SIM version of the Galaxy S6 isn't as ridiculous as you think. Since there aren't many high-end phones with such feature, it would be really nice to see the Galaxy S6 Duos onto market someday. 

    According to a report from High Tech Mail, Samsung Galaxy S6 Duos is indeed real, and will be launched shortly. The report further claimed that Galaxy S6 Duos will be available in Russia at RUB 52,990 (Rs. 56,350) while the 32GB Galaxy S6 will come at RUB 49,999 (Rs. 53,000). Reportedly, the Galaxy S6 Duos will be made available in a 64GB model.

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    Samsung Galaxy S6 Dual-SIM Spotted in the Wild

    It's unclear whether Samsung has any plans to bring the Galaxy S6 Duos to India, where it will soon start manufacturing the Galaxy S6 for domestic consumption.

    If the above report turns true, the Galaxy S6 might become the company's second ever flagship device with the dual SIM capability. If you recall, Samsung launched the dual-SIM Galaxy S5 in China, back in 2014. The dual-SIM version was an exclusive to China Telecom.

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    Samsung on Monday unveiled the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge for buyers in India. Both phones will be made available in the county, starting April 10.

    The tech giant from South Korea is pinning its hopes on the Galaxy S6 and its curvier brother. Both devices were originally unveiled at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain.

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    Samsung Galaxy S6 will be offered in three storage options - 32 GB (Rs 49,900), 64 GB (Rs 55,900) and 128 GB (Rs 61,900). The Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, on the other hand, is priced at Rs 58,900 (32 GB), Rs 64,900 (64GB), and Rs 70,900 (128 GB).

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