In China, China Mobile has been prepping its workers for new iPhone sales. In Hong Kong, China Mobile has been teasing its Facebook page fans with drawings of apples and its Apple-bearing superhero mascot alluding to certain features of the new trio of devices.

One of those teasers — which has since been retracted though we obtained this grab from GSMArena — is the implication that the devices will feature dual SIM card slots.

In a training slide from China Mobile, it’s implied that all three devices, which are said to range in starting price from $850 to $1,225 in the tariff-laden Chinese market, will eventually have dual-SIM variants available.

Another teaser from China Telecom — seemingly unreleased, but somehow picked up by ITHome — shows a render of what looks to be the iPhone XS Max with dual SIM slots.

Can you tell there’s a lot of excitement for dual-SIM iPhones in a market that has a substantial amount of phone numbers more than it has network-activated devices?

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