Samsung Galaxy S24 series passed FCC certification

Samsung Galaxy S24 series passed FCC certification

Samsung has been engaged on its new flagship cell phone which is the Samsung Galaxy S24 collection. The brand new telephones have handed the required certification processes in India, Vietnam and america. With this system getting licensed in several elements of the world, it’s apparent that its launch is imminent. The Samsung Galaxy S24 collection contains three fashions: Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 Extremely. These fashions have now handed certification by the US Federal Communications Fee (FCC). This means that the brand new fashions are able to be launched in america.

The FCC certification reveals the next fashions

  • SM-S921B: Galaxy S24 (World model)
  • SM-S926B: Galaxy S24+ (World model)
  • SM-S928B: Galaxy S24 Extremely (World model)
  • SM-S921U: Galaxy S24 (US service locked model)
  • SM-S926U: Galaxy S24+ (US service locked model)
  • SM-S928U: Galaxy S24 Extremely (US service locked model)

The worldwide model of the Galaxy S24 collection shall be bought in Africa, Australia, Europe and Latin America. Based on reviews on The Verge, the worldwide model of this system will include the newest Exynos 2400 processor. Nevertheless, the variations bought in Canada, China and america will use Qualcomm Snapdragon eight Gen three For Galaxy processor. Irrespective of which nation or area it’s in, the Galaxy S24 Extremely will use the Qualcomm Snapdragon eight Gen three For Galaxy chipset.

The Elec, an authoritative Korean media outlet reported that Samsung plans to launch the flagship smartphone Galaxy S24 collection in San Jose, California, on January 17 subsequent 12 months. That is about one month sooner than Samsung’s standard launch time.

Recall that GeekBench has additionally launched the benchmark outcomes for the Samsung Galaxy S24. Based on GeekBench, the Galaxy S24 hit a single-core rating of 2011 factors and a multi-core rating of 6086 factors. These scores are a wholesome enhance on the Samsung Galaxy S23, which at the moment sits at a mean of 1,881 and 4,985 for single and multi-core, respectively. Nevertheless, it falls notably in need of the iPhone 15, which scored 2559 single-core and 6375 multi-core.