Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Appeared on FCC Database
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus made an appearance earlier today on the FCC database. And if we are not wrong, the launch of both devices seems to be nearing.
If and whenever a device pays a little visit to FCC it means, contextually, that the launch of the product is close by. In Galaxy Note 5’s case, the recent August launch rumors might just be true. Over the past week, rumors were that Galaxy Note 5 will make its big appearance on August 12 followed by a release date between August 14 and 21.
The company is expected to launch both devices as soon as possible as per industry analysts and insider sources.
Both Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus will come in AT&T and Verizon versions as speckled in the FCC database. The SM-N920V is codenamed for the Verizon Galaxy Note 5 version and it will be attuned with Verizon LTE bands 2, 4, and 13. While the AT&T Galaxy Note 5 will be compatible with AT&T LTE bands 2, 4, 17, and 12 and bear the model number SM-N920A.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus will also be produced in two models, the Verizon and AT&T versions, with model numbers SM-G928V and SM-928A respectively. The will support the same LTE bands as Note 5.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will sport a 5.67 inch super AMOLED QHD screen with 2560 pixels running at 1440. It will feature 4 GB of RAM and Exynos 7422 with non-removable battery and no microSD card. On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge Plus will be a bigger version of S6 edge and it will use the Exynos 7420.
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