The upcoming flagships from Samsung are finally certified at FCC. The upcoming Galaxy S9 and S9+ have received their certification which means these two devices are arriving earlier than usual and maybe make a cameo at CES 2018.

Before a smartphone is being unveiled by the company, the devices are being tested by the authorities. One of the authority to certified new devices is FCC which is Federal Communications Commission which is based in the USA. The FCC test whether all communication meets the legal requirement. Both devices Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ approve there.

The FCC approves Galaxy S9 with codename SM-G960F( Click Here to See) and Galaxy S9+ with codename SM-D965F( Click Here to See) 

There is also some report which states that these two devices are unlikely showcased at CES 2018. Als, another report suggests that these two devices are likely unveiled at MWC 2018.

There are no much details available on these devices, However, Galaxy S9 supports 5.8-inch display while Galaxy S9+ support 6.2-inch display respectively. Further, these devices are powered either by Samsung Exynos 9810 processor or Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. It is confirmed that these flagships will have Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box.

Some report also suggests a dual rear camera setup for Galaxy S9+, however, Galaxy S9 has only a single rear camera setup.


News Reporter

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

%d bloggers like this: