Rabu, 03 Oktober 2012

Galaxy Note II for Sprint and US Cellular Passes FCC Testing


Samsung has already confirmed the upcoming availability of its Galaxy Note II smartphone in the United States on the airwaves of no less than five wireless carriers, and the Federal Communication Commission appears to have approved all models.

We have already seen the AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon flavors of the phablet passing through the FCC testing, and it appears that the Sprint and US Cellular versions have also received the necessary blessings.

The Sprint iteration of Galaxy Note II was spotted at the feds with model number SPH-L900 attached to it, while the US Cellular variant featured model number SCH-R950.

As Engadget notes, rumors on a possible availability of the device at Sprint on October 24th have already emerged online, yet an official confirmation on the release hasn’t been provided as of yet.

Via: Galaxy Note II for Sprint and US Cellular Passes FCC Testing

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