Unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for the U.S. visits the FCC
Earlier today, we told you about a document filed with the FCC that reveals Bluetooth LE functionality for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9's S Pen accessory. Now, we have some information from FCC documents related to the U.S. version of the unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 9. This is the model that will be unlocked for U.S. consumers, which means that it will be powered by the Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform.
The model number of the phone is SM-N960U. There is also an SM-N960U1 unlocked version for the U.S. An illustration found among the FCC documents shows that the agency's label will be engraved on the rear bottom of the phone.
Even more importantly, a chart that is also included in the FCC's report reveals that all major U.S. carriers are represented:
- LTE Band 71-T-Mobile
- LTE Band 12-T-Mobile, AT&T
- LTE Band 17-AT&T
- LTE Band 13-Verizon
- LTE Band 5-AT&T
- LTE-Band 66 (AWS)-T-Mobile
- LTE Band 66 (AWS)-Sprint
- LTE Band 4 (AWS)-AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile
- LTE Band 25 (PCS)-Sprint
- LTE Band 2 (PCS)-AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile
- LTE Band 41-Sprint
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be unveiled on August 9th during Samsung's next Unpacked event.