Once again, the Samsung Galaxy Mega visits the FCC, this time with LTE

Once again, the Samsung Galaxy Mega visits the FCC, this time with LTE
Last week, we told you how the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 had visited the FCC. At the same time, we pointed out that the model that made the visit, the GT-i9200, did not have LTE connectivity, but instead offered just an HSPA+ radio. This was a surprise, considering that early reports had the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 supporting both LTE and HSPA+. That particular unit matched up perfectly to AT&T's bands.

Apparently, a second visit to the FCC was made, this time by model number GT-i9205 and this time, the version of the large-screened Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 that appeared did contain an LTE radio. But for those in the states, don't get too excited yet. The device supports LTE band 5 (850MHz) which is not in use in the U.S. Besides the LTE radio, the device contained dual band WiFi, NFC and GSM 850 / 1900 connectivity.

source: FCC via Engadget

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