1. Preach2k's Avatar
    Samsung Galaxy Note 7 receives FCC certification!-fcc7.png

    This morning 6 North American variants of the Galaxy Note 7 have received certification from the FCC. The models are SM-N930V (Verizon), SM-N930A (AT&T), SM-N930P (Sprint), SM-N930T (T-Mobile), SM-N930R4 (U.S. Cellular) and SM-N930W8 (Canada).

    We are hoping that all of them will be powered by the Snapdragon 821 chipset carrying a quad-core CPU, and the Adreno 530 GPU. In most other regions of the world, the Galaxy Note 7 will likely be driven by the Exynos 8893 SoC. The Note 7 is expected to feature a 5.7 or 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display, but a listing from Zauba and export company in India left the door open for a 6-inch version of the device. It should come with a 1440 x 2560 resolution.

    With the FCC certification, Samsung can check off one more task that needed to be done before the company unveils the device on August 2nd.
    jimd1050 likes this.
    07-14-2016 06:56 AM
  2. Dr Claw's Avatar
    Dang it. That unlocked version better be around the corner...
    07-14-2016 07:42 AM
  3. PlaybookFanatic's Avatar
    Doesn't this hypothetically mean there can be variant devices...like a flat one?
    Inders99 likes this.
    07-14-2016 11:48 AM
  4. D13H4RD2L1V3's Avatar
    There ought to be an SM-N930U or something.
    07-14-2016 12:50 PM
  5. Inders99's Avatar
    Doesn't this hypothetically mean there can be variant devices...like a flat one?
    Oh baby!!!
    07-14-2016 03:13 PM
  6. Jaycemiskel's Avatar
    Doesn't this hypothetically mean there can be variant devices...like a flat one?
    Wouldn't there need to be multiple versions though? All of those are still the same model number with changes for each carrier.
    07-14-2016 03:39 PM
  7. PlaybookFanatic's Avatar
    Sometimes the ending letters indicate different models in electronics. Computers, radios and printers do it all the time.
    07-14-2016 05:02 PM
  8. Preach2k's Avatar
    Dang it. That unlocked version better be around the corner...
    FCC documents show that a Samsung device, SM-N930U, has antennas open for all four major carriers in the US, as well as the typical Bluetooth, GPS, NFC and Wi-Fi bands. There are specific carrier variants supposedly out there in the land of benchmarks, but a quick look at the FCC database picked up nothing.

    The unlocked version of the Galaxy S7 recently and officially went for sale in the US.


    http://m.pocketnow.com/2016/07/14/un...-marked-at-fcc
    07-14-2016 08:10 PM
  9. Jaycemiskel's Avatar
    Sometimes the ending letters indicate different models in electronics. Computers, radios and printers do it all the time.
    I know, so there's one for each carrier. It would have more than a different ending letter if there were two versions. The fact that all your numbers are the same kinda confirms that there's no flat version.
    jimd1050 likes this.
    07-15-2016 04:36 AM

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