The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus pass through the FCC


We’re nearing that time of the year where new devices are coming out left and right, and the star of early 2018 is nearing its own launch. We still don’t know when Samsung is planning to unveil the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, but both devices have finally passed through the FCC.

Unfortunately, although these devices have been certified by the FCC, there was no additional information shared regarding them, other than the model numbers of SM-G960F and SM-G965F, respectively. According to the listings, there are not even any design outlines and that is partially due to the fact that the filing was submitted back in November when the design may not have been 100% finalized.

Now, just because the Galaxy S9 lineup has been approved by the FCC, this doesn’t mean that we will be seeing the devices make an appearance at CES 2018. Instead, this more so falls in line with the schedule that we’ve seen with the previous Galaxy devices launched earlier in 2017.

Nonetheless, we are expecting to see Samsung make its official announcement at MWC 2018, or the company could pull a quick one and host an event of its own. We’ll be sure to let everyone know when more information becomes available, but let us know whether you’re excited to see what Samsung has been working on.


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