Galaxy A8 gets approval from United States’ FCC
Few days ago, Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy A8, registered via its moniker of Samsung SM-A8000, was approved by Chinese authorities via TEENA, the country’s equivalent of FCC. Now, we are getting some kind of confirmation that the device will also make it to the United States when it gets announced as the FCC has just certified the unreleased Samsung smartphone.
The Federal Communications Commission filing didn’t reveal much details about the Galaxy A8 but thanks to TEENA, we already know the Samsung Galaxy A8 will arrive with a sharp 5.7″ 1080p display and Snapdragon 615 chipset alongside 2GB of RAM and expandable storage.
In terms of design, Samsung Galaxy A8 will be all metal, with a 3,050mAh battery allegedly found under the screws of the sealed back cover. Not a single word has been uttered by Samsung on when the smartphone will launch but with all these approvals happening now, a June unveiling surely wouldn’t be a bad guess if we were asked to say.
We are sure you have checked the series of live pictures of the device which was posted her a couple of weeks via a leak. If you haven’t, go check it out here.
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