Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Duos appears on benchmark

News 11:08, 18 Sep 2013

Dual SIM variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 spotted on AnTuTu benchmark

It is known that Samsung focuses on offering a plethora of choices to its consumers, though it might end up in limiting the sales volume acquired by individual devices. Going by the same trend, Galaxy Note 3, which is only a few days old seems to be ready to get its dual SIM twin soon.

As per SamMobile a new smartphone bearing the model number SM-9002 allegedly dubbed Galaxy Note 3 Duos has been spotted on AnTuTu benchmarks with an outstanding score of 31276 points, which is the highest we have ever seen.

The handset in question seems to be equipped with 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 despite earlier rumors pointing at an in-house Exynos Octa chipset. However, the dual SIM variant of the phablet comes with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and seems to have 16GB of internal storage along with 2.5GB of RAM.

The Galaxy Note 3 Duos is expected to be launched in the Asian markets especially in China with an Exynos Octa processor, but as it is an early prototype, there could be a few unknown aspects in it.

We may witness 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage along with micro SD card slot for memory expansion at the time of launch. But, Samsung might also opt to cut out a few aspects from the third generation phablet in order to keep the cost of the dual SIM variant low as it is meant mainly for the Asian market.

Other than this, the device appears to have the same physical appearance and spec sheet as the Galaxy Note 3 single SIM variant launched yesterday in India.
 
Stay tuned to KYMI for more information on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Duos pricing, availability and release date in India.

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