The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 may have a dual-SIM variant, support pages suggest
Samsung is well-known for not being that good at keeping its secrets, even when it comes to information published to its own website. It's been just a few days since the latest occasion of an unreleased product making its way to Samsung's support pages, and yet here we are again. But today's piece of info is regarding none other than the Galaxy Note 8, the company's next flagship set to release in less than two weeks.
The device recently made its way to Samsung's Austrian site under the code number, SM-N950F, but with a curious /DS suffix slapped at the end. And that last part could pretty much stand for one thing only — the Note 8 is all but guaranteed to have a dual-SIM variant.
This being Samsung, however, U.S. folks shouldn't get too excited about getting a dual-SIM Samsung flagship just yet: past Samsung devices with support for two SIM cards have been exclusively released in their Exynos-equipped variants, which are not sold officially in the U.S. Stranger things have happened, sure, but we choose to remain skeptical for now.
Whatever the case, we'll find out most of the missing details about the Note 8 fairly soon (though there seem to be very few of those remaining), as the device is set to launch next Wednesday, August 23. We know almost everything there is to know about the device already, thanks to the countless leaks we've seen so far, so to get the full scoop on the device, head to our Samsung Galaxy Note 8 rumor review.
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