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Eagerly Awaited Samsung S9 Gets FCC Certification

The upcoming and highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S9 has been given an FCC certification in the United States.

The Federal Communications Commission certification means products sold in the US electromagnetic interference meets the approved limits.

The certification was discovered by Reddit user mweinbach, the thread can be read here.

The FCC has identified the device as A3LSMG965U, with other names including also SM-G965U1, SM-G965W and SM-G965XU. Ausdroid points out these letters are describing it as the new Samsung Galaxy S9 as the Galaxy S8+ was SM-G950.

The post describes the device as Samsung Electronics Co Ltd Multi-band GSM/EDGE/UMTS/CMDA/LTE Phone with Bluetooth, WLAN, RFID and ANT+ SMG965U.

You can read the FCC post here.

Another Reddit user has posted an image of what looks like the packaging for the new S9 with specs named on the box including super speed dual pixel 12MP OIS, super slow-mo, 8MP selfie camera, AKG stereo speakers, wireless charging and 64GB memory.

Sources say the new Samsung Galaxy S9 will be revealed at the upcoming Mobile World Congress.


Galaxy S9 box posted on Reddit

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