This year, the IFA tech show had a lack, and that one was the Samsung Unpacked event, a press conference where every year the South-Korean company was releasing a new Note phablet. But this year, Samsung decided to launch the phone earlier, in order to get a sale boost in time with the new iPhones arrival.



Beside the regular variant, Note 5 has a dual-SIM version too. This one recently got certified by TENAA, as you can see for yourself by clicking on this link. In terms of specs the only difference between this device and the single-SIM variant is represented by the additional SIM slot. Unfortunately, no microSD slot is available on this model.

In case you don’t know, the dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is already available on the market for a $980 price tag. There’s the same 5.7 inch Quad HD display, 4 GB of RAM memory, an octa-core Exynos 7420 processor and a 16-megapixel rear camera with LED flash. Of course, the S-Pen stylus is on-board alongside a fingerprint scanner and heart rate monitor.


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