Samsung Galaxy NX visits the FCC supporting AT&T's LTE signal

Samsung Galaxy NX visits the FCC supporting AT&T's LTE signal
Back in August, Samsung officially announced the Samsung Galaxy NX. This is a device which looks like the result of a romantic encounter between the Samsung Galaxy S III and a Samsung NX300. The mobile part of the device features a 4.8 inch screen with resolution of 720 x 1280, a quad-core 1.6GHz quad-core processor under the hood and 2GB of RAM inside.16GB of native storage is included and a 64GB capacity microSD slot expands your storage capabilities. The 4360mAh cell keeps the lights on and Android 4.2 is pre-installed.

The camera end of things features a 20.3MP APS-C sensor along with a DRIMe IV Image Signal Processor, an Advanced Hybrid Autofocus system, a 1/6000 sec shutter speed and 8.6fps shooting. Users can lock in interchangeable lenses. The body alone is $1599. With a 18-55mm lens, the price is $1699.

With the device expected to launch this month, the Samsung Galaxy NX made a visit to the FCC and from this visit, we learned something important. We knew that the model would have LTE connectivity, but for which carrier? We can now tell you that the Galaxy NX is compatible with the LTE signal coming from AT&T. In addition, the unit will also offer connectivity with AT&T's HSPA+ pipeline.


source: FCC via Engadget

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