Green Orange N1S Gets TRI SIM support


green orange n1s tri sim

One of the hottest reasons for the popularity of Chinese phones is dual-SIM support, well even that can get a little old and now tri SIM phones are hitting the market!

Green Orange are one of the more niche Chinese phone makers. Their Mediatek powered device have all been sought after thanks to great design, features and high-quality materials, now they are adding Tri SIM support to their armoury.

Leaked photos of the new Green Orange N1S, the second octacore MT6592 Green Orange phone for this year, show the phone has two trays which house a mixture of SIM cards and SD cards.

green orange n1s tri sim

Each tray has been extended to around double the length of a regular tray with one acting as a standard dual sim arrangement and the other able to hold a third SIM and micro SD card.

The N1S will launch on 19th April with a 1.7Ghz octacore processor, 2GB RAM, 5-inch display, and support for GSM, WCDMA and TD-SCMDA 3G networks.

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7 Comments

  1. April 16, 2014

    One phone can act as personal and business phone. Thats really nice.

  2. Ivo001
    April 16, 2014

    Does this company even have an official site? I was looking for a list of all models they made.

  3. Darkman
    April 16, 2014

    2 sim with GSM and 1 with WCDMA?

  4. April 16, 2014

    This is very cool. It’s a feature that is really needed for an “international” phone.

    And I like the implementation of the SIM drawers.

    Abbie & Andi, I hope you don’t mind, but I posted your photo of the SIM drawers on OPO’s forum as a suggestion for future OnePlus phones. 😉

  5. Patrick
    April 16, 2014

    I don’t really need 3 Sim drawers. But if a Chinese manufacturer could finally come up with a phone that supports 2 Sim cards and all 4 WCDMA frequencies then that would indeed be a revolutionary product.

  6. Brooklyn701
    April 17, 2014

    Tri SIM is a great thing. Would love to see more of that.