Depending on where you live, you may, or may not, need us telling you just how popular dual-SIM phones are, at least in developing countries. Dual-SIM capabilities are nothing to sneeze at, as it offers a certain advantage, at no cost – especially if you live in a place where cross-carrier talks are surcharged.
Nokia, it would appear, is aware of this compelling proposition, at least according to the latest rumor from @evleaks. According to the serial leaker, we're actually talking about Nokia 'Moneypenny' – a device that's been on our radars
for a few weeks now. Said to come packing Microsoft's newest Windows Phone Update 3
, Moneypenny will take a shot at the dual-SIM loving crowd, probably in emerging markets like India, but almost certainly not in the US or Western Europe.
Such a move has actually been long-coming, especially considering how well Nokia is doing in markets such as the above, with devices such as the Lumia 520 championing the Windows Phone cause
like no other.