Gone are the days when dual-SIM smartphones were seen as cheap, poor quality, knock-off products.

Dual-SIM devices take two SIM cards, while standard phones take one. The feature has long been associated with low-end devices. But in recent years, adoption by premium brands such as Apple has made the concept more palatable to mainstream consumers...

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