As we are just couple of more weeks away from getting our first glimpse into the upcoming Galaxy S9, rumors have started surfacing in full flow. Interestingly, a new support page in the Samsung Germany’s website has revealed that consumers in the country might be looking at a dual-SIM version of the upcoming flagship smartphone.
Although Samsung has traditionally released dual-SIM variation of its smartphones in several regions, European consumers haven’t always got their hands on the company’s flagship models. For instance, earlier last year, the company made dual-Sim variation of Galaxy S8 available in the United Kingdom in May and a month later in both Germany and the Netherlands. Moreover, at that time, Samsung only offered the dual-SIM variation for Galaxy S8+.
However, this time around, it seems that the company was satisfied with the performance of dual-SIM model in the region and consumers will get their hands on the dual-SIM model shortly after release. At the moment, the support page lists the model number as SM-G960F/DS. But, we will have to wait to see if the company offers dual-SIM variation for both S9+ and S9 or just S9+.
If you have followed Samsung’s website over last couple of years, you will be familiar with similar listings. For example, the company listed another SM-N950F/DS model in its website which suggested that a dual-SIM version will be available in the region later this year.
In case you didn’t know, Samsung is set to unveil Galaxy S9 officially on February 25 with rumors suggesting that the smartphone will be released on March 16.