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    Arrow Handphone with dual SIM.

    There a lot of China branded handphone with dual SIM.

    Looks like Samsung is also entering the fray.

    Samsung's dual-SIM DuoS D880

    http://www.engadgetmobile.com/2007/1...sim-duos-d880/
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    Default Re: Handphone with dual SIM.

    'Because one just isnt enough!'

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    Arrow Re: Handphone with dual SIM.

    When two SIMs just aren't enough: the Huatian K998

    http://nokia.engadgetmobile.com/2007...-huatian-k998/

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    True, 2 SIMs are not enough. I am using 3 SIMs, 1 for HK, 1 Taiwan and 1 Singapore. Very inconvenient to bring 3 hps all the time.

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    Arrow Re: Handphone with dual SIM.

    It's a neglected market by the main manufacturer like Nokia. It's good for

    No wonder many business people are going for China made handphones as it's convenient for use when travelling.

    Dual registration on two GSM systems at the same time

    This Eliya phone is amazing.

    Since Apple's iPhone announcement a little over a month ago, touch screen handsets have been popping up all over our radar screen. As touch screens bet more attention in 2007, the Eliya is a new entrant with an actual distinguishing feature apart from a touch screen and a smartphone operating system -- dual SIM support.

    There are little and unremarkable tricks to get two SIMs into most phones (yeah, we know many are kinda low-tech), but how about OEM support for two cards? If you're into having two GSM carriers -- maybe one for voice and one for data -- the Eliya will hook you up from the start.

    No carving into your previous SIMs so you can stick them somewhere in a single SIM slot. Ok, we saved the kicker for last -- this Eliya unit can support both SIMs at once -- and you can be registered on two separate systems as once as well. No switching between SIMs in your phone's menu. Dual registration on two GSM systems at the same time -- and it's only 2007.

    http://www.engadgetmobile.com/tag/dual+sim/
    Last edited by xtemujin; 27th October 2007 at 06:51 AM.

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