Samsung Galaxy S10+ gets US FCC Certification

Samsung is all set to launch the Galaxy S10 and its brothers at the Galaxy Unpacked event on February 20 in San Francisco. It's rumored there will be three variant of Galaxy S10, the Galaxy S10+, and the Galaxy S10 E have received US FCC certification, clearing the way for their market availability in the United States.

 Additionally, the Exynos 9820-powered variant of the Galaxy S10+ has been spotted on Geekbench, posting a slightly higher single and multi-core score than the Snapdragon 855 variant of the Galaxy S10+.

The US FCC certification of the three Galaxy S10 models viz. SM-G970U (Galaxy S10 E), SM-G973U (Galaxy S10) and the SM-G975U (Galaxy S10+) indicates that the three Samsung flagships pass all the connectivity and safety requisites set by the regulatory agency and are ready for their prime time in the US market. The FCC documents also reveal that the Galaxy S10 trio will have support for Bluetooth LE, NFC, and WiFi 802.11ax, the latter also being known as WiFi 6. 
Samsung Galaxy S10+ gets US FCC Certification Samsung Galaxy S10+ gets US FCC Certification Reviewed by Mike Ross on 2/05/2019 08:57:00 AM Rating: 5

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