Samsung has just launched the dual-SIM version of the Galaxy Note 3 phablet. Most of the recent Galaxies received a dual-SIM treatment shortly after release and the Galaxy Note 3 is no exception.
The first country to get the dual-SIM Galaxy Note 3 is China, though the gadget is carrier unlocked and can be exported and used on other countries around the world. You should check, of course, the supported network bands and be careful where you activate the device.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Dual-SIM is also based on the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 chipset, just like the international N9005 model, which means it is probably LTE-capable as well.
The dual-SIM Galaxy Note 3 costs €735 in Asia, which sounds about right since its international single-SIM models is priced at €700. There is no info on official pricing and availability, nor there is even a press note announcing the dual-SIM version. We expect the device to expand its market reach in the next few months though.