Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus shown up on FCC repository prior to their release

Devices will probably launched at 2018 Mobile World Congress....

Forthcoming high-end smartphones from Samsung, Galaxy S9, and S9 plus have been the main topic of discussion recently with numerous speculations as well as leaks. Adding to the list two days ago we discovered an image render of Galaxy S9’s retail box exposing its features. The South Korean tech mammoth has already affirmed the details regarding its launch, which is scheduled to be conducted at Mobile World Congress 2018 taking place at Barcelona on 26th February. While we have only weeks left before its formal launch the Galaxy handsets has now shown up of FCC repository giving us certain notion regarding the handsets. Both handsets seem to be passed through the FCC certification.


Based on the listed details, the handsets deemed to have model numbers SM-G960 for the Galaxy S9 and SM-G965 for Galaxy S9 Plus. It also provides us a perception that there are going to be numerous models and it will get model numbers finishing with U, U1, W, or XU. To be more specific, U series are actually meant for United States market, while U1 indicates unlocked devices. Supposedly W means Canada, and XU is considered to be for trial models. FCC Credentials additionally shows the entire set of S9 and S9 plus supported bands(CDMA, GSM, UMTS, and LTE). It appears like the Galaxy S9 duo is going to aid every leading band, regardless of the carrier.

We also discovered a diagram at FCC repository which says that the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will have the FCC tag in the equivalent position like in earlier Galaxy devices. Therefore it is going to be on the rear side of the handset, at the lower part. Surprisingly, the FCC tag tips us a vital information that the Samsung Galaxy S9 together with S9 Plus is made in Vietnam as it backs the authenticity of S9 retail box leak we observed two days ago, which is also reported by a Vietnamese journal. although the FCC directory not enough to give us significant information regarding the handsets, Yet it clearly validates the fact that Samsung is scheduled to release their handsets in the upcoming days.

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