Good news for those looking to purchase a high-end dual-SIM smartphone, as Samsung may have a nice surprise for these customers. Instead of launching the dual-SIM variant of its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S6, in China, Samsung has decided to make it available in Europe as well.
GSMDome reports Samsung Galaxy S6 Duos has been recently spotted in Russia where it will go on sale for around $900 (€820) outright.
The smartphone is expected to go on sale in Russia on April 16, when customers will be able to grab any Galaxy S6 versions, including the Galaxy S6 Edge.
Unfortunately, we can't confirm that the dual-SIM Galaxy S6 will be available in other European countries beginning next month.
However, the Russian version will come with all of Google's apps and services unlike the Chinese model which features Baidu services.
When it comes to specs, Samsung Galaxy S6 Duos comes with two nano-SIM slots and 64GB of internal memory.
The single SIM version will be available only with 32GB storage in Russia, but in other European countries Galaxy S6 will be available in more variants.
The Galaxy S6 Edge doesn't seem to have a dual-SIM version, but we don't rule out the possibility of Samsung launching one later this year.
Apart from that, there are no differences between the single SIM and Galaxy S6 Duos. So here is what you'll get in case you decide to go for Samsung Galaxy S6 Duos.
First of all, the smartphone will ship with Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system with the latest version of TouchWiz on top.
Furthermore, the phone will be equipped with a 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display and a 16-megapixel rear-facing camera with LED flash, autofocus and 4K video recording.
The Galaxy S6 Duos is equipped with an octa-core Exynos 7420 processor clocked at 2.1GHz, a Mali-T760 graphics processing unit and 3GB of RAM. The smartphone won't come with microSD card slot and the 2550 mAh battery is non-removable.