Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus pass FCC certification

Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus passed through FCC. In order to prevent the specs from spreading, most of the specs have been scraped out. As much as was left, you will find it in this post.

The US Models of Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus were named SM-G960U and SM-G965U respectively. The US unlocked models are named SM-G960U1, Canadian model is named SM-G960W and SM-G960XU for demo units respectively.

In the featured image you can see that the devices will support GSM, CDMA, LTE and UMTS bands. Besides, the label is slightly different.

I’m quite excited to see how Samsung takes over the market with their S9 and S9 Plus especially after iPhone X was unveiled. Meanwhile, checkout some of the previous leaks reported by me below.

Read: This is the Best Samsung Galaxy S9 Video, confirming earlier design leaks

As 2017 is about to end, we are getting closer to early 2018 release of Samsung Galaxy S9. Till the launch date, we can rely on rumour mill which is running well, thanks to numerous genuine leaks. [Read More]

Read: Leaked Video confirms Samsung Galaxy S9 design, Bixby button is onboard

Trusting the previously leaked details about launch date of Galaxy S9, we are not that far from seeing the 2018’s flagship from Samsung in real. Till then, you don’t have to live in dark as we have a leaked video to share. [Read More]

Read: Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are expected to be unveiled at CES 2018

We have been keeping you updated of every solid rumour which makes it to the mills about the upcoming Galaxy S9 and this time, we’ve something really solid. The much rumoured flagship for 2018 is going to arrive earlier than expected. [Read More]

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News Source: Android Police

Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus pass FCC certification
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