The new dual-SIM version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 is expected to have the exact same hardware configuration as the standard Samsung Galaxy S4.
Samsung has officially announced that a new dual-SIM version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 is coming soon. So very soon, consumers will be able to purchase a dual-SIM version of the next-gen flagship device of the company.
If you thought that the Samsung Galaxy S4 was the only thing that Samsung had to offer this year, then think again! The company has a lot of cool stuff that still has to come to the market, even with respect to the Samsung Galaxy S4, the announcement and unveiling just seems to be the tip of the iceberg.
Just like all the other smartphone manufacturers, Samsung did come up with its next-gen flagship device – the Samsung Galaxy S4. Unlike all the other companies, Samsung had no intentions of stopping right away. The company had more to bring and more to give in terms of the Samsung Galaxy S4.
This new soon to come dual-SIM version of the Samsung Galaxy S4, the I9502 is expected to have the exact same hardware configuration as the standard Samsung Galaxy S4, the I9500. The new version will also have the Exynos 5 chipset, 2 GB of RAM, PowerVR GPU, 5-inch full HD display, 13 MP primary camera and will run on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
As a matter of fact, the dual-SIM version even has the exact same dimensions as well, but it is 2 grams heavier than the I9500 (heavy isn’t it). So you will not even notice the difference between the two but we are not sure if you will be able to buy it. Because at least for now, the dual-SIM version of the Galaxy S4 is only meant for China and we do not know if and when the device will be released globally.
For consumers based in China, I would also like to mention that there is another version of the Samsung Galaxy S4, the I9508 which is a single-SIM device with a Snapdragon 600 chipset. This device is specific to China only and supports the 3G tech in China.