Samsung was earlier this month rumoured to launch the dual-SIM variant of its 2015 flagship, the Galaxy S6, in some regions. Now, a Russian online retailer has further cemented those claims by listing a dual-SIM variant of the Samsung Galaxy S6 on its site, dubbed the Galaxy S6 Duos.A Russian publication named Hi Tech Mail has posted a screenshot purportedly showing a listing of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Duos. According to the listing, the Galaxy S6 Duos will be available in Russia at RUB 52,990 (approximately Rs. 56,350) while the 32GB Galaxy S6 will come at RUB 49,999 (approximately Rs. 53,000).

Notably, both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Duos come with same model number SM-G920, which seems unlikely. Further, the listing also purportedly show that the Samsung Galaxy S6 Duos will be available only in a 64GB inbuilt storage variant.

If the report turns out to be true, the Samsung Galaxy S6 might be one of first flagship handsets from the South Korean giant to receive a dual-SIM variant. The Samsung Galaxy S5 launched internationally supported just single SIM.

Earlier this month, a report claimed that Samsung might launch a dual-SIM variant of the Galaxy S6 in Philippines, citing local Samsung representatives. According to report, the Galaxy S6 would support dual Nano-SIM cards while just one slot will support 4G LTE.

The dual curved-display variant, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, is likely to be available in a single-SIM model only.

Samsung on Monday launched the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge premium smartphones in India. The Samsung Galaxy S6 will be available at Rs. 49,900 for the 32GB variant while the equivalent Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is priced at Rs. 58,900. Both the smartphones will be available for purchase starting April 10 in the country while pre-orders opened on Monday.