Samsung is without any doubt one of the most active players on the Android market. Of the Google OS handsets purchased every day, the latest statistics state that three of these are Samsung branded and most consumers look at the brand as the most reliable in terms of mobile devices.


After unveiling the latest Note device, the Galaxy Note 8.0, Samsung has little room left in its line-up that now consists of smartphones and tablets of different sizes. What it is missing is a variant that may be very attractively priced and until recent we didn’t even think this would be possible.

Latest news state that Samsung may be getting ready to launch a cheap dual-sim variant for the Samsung Galaxy Note. The device is said to be named the Samsung Galaxy Note Neo and could be unveiled at the time or close to the date when the Galaxy S IV is to be announced, this month on the 14th. The sources state that the device might also be available in a single-SIM variant and packs a 3-inch QVGA display and 2 mega-pixel camera.

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