Bluetooth SIG certifies Samsung Galaxy A7 2nd gen

Lately, we’ve been hearing a lot about the yet to be announced successors of the Samsung Galaxy A3, the Samsung Galaxy A5, and the Samsung Galaxy A7. We’ve seen leaked images and benchmark listings. Now, one of the devices has just gotten certification from Bluetooth SIG, specifically the successor of the Galaxy A7. Samsung Galaxy […]

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 Follow-up to Samsung Galaxy A5 gets Bluetooth certification

Recently, we learned that Samsung was gearing up to lift the lid on the follow-ups to the Samsung Galaxy A3, the Samsung Galaxy A5, and the Samsung Galaxy A7. The SM-A310, which is believed to be the successor of the Galaxy A3, and the SM-A710, which is believed to be the successor of the Galaxy […]

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 Singapore certifies Samsung Galaxy Note 5, S6 Edge Plus, and A8

Earlier, we passed along news that the yet to be announced Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus (phablet version of the S6 Edge) have been certified by the US FCC. Now, we’ve come across news (spotted by PhoneArena‘s tipster) that the two plus the Galaxy A8 have been certified in Singapore, […]

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 Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus get approved by US FCC

The unannounced Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the phablet version of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (Galaxy S6 Edge Plus) have just been spotted by GforGames getting approved by the US FCC (1, 2, 3, and 4). This is an indication that the two will make their official debut soon. So when are the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 […]

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 BlackBerry Dallas (Oslo) certified in Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia

It looks like BlackBerry is gearing up to lift the lid on the BlackBerry Dallas (also known as the BlackBerry Oslo), as the device has been spotted getting certified in three countries. The BlackBerry Dallas carries the model number SQW100-4, which has been spotted by Crackberry, getting certification from three countries. These countries include Singapore (IDA), Malaysia […]

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 Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo spotted getting Wi-Fi certification?

We’ve already heard about the rumoured SM-G903F, which is believed to be the Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo, a spin-off of Galaxy S5, the Korean tech giant’s flagship in 2014. Now the device has been spotted getting Wi-Fi certification (screenshot below). The Wi-Fi certification was spotted by Japanese-speaking blogofmobile. Although the listing only reveals that the Galaxy […]

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 Huawei P8 gets certified by China’s TENAA

TENAA, the Chinese equivalent of the FCC in the USA, has certified the yet to be announced Huawei P8. TENNA’s approval of the device was first spotted by Chinese-speaking Mobile-Dad. So what does the Huawei P8’s certification in China mean? It means that we will soon see the device go official. We already know that the […]

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 LG G4 gets certified in Indonesia

The LG-H818, which is believed to be the LG G4 (leaked press render of the LG G4 below comes from Twitter account @OnLeaks), has been approved by the FCC equivalent of Indonesia, according to Postel. Unfortunately, the certification (screenshot below) doesn’t reveal much about the LG G4. Fortunately, we’ve learned a lot about the smartphone, thanks to […]

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 Sony XPERIA Z4 spotted passing through US FCC

Recently, reports revealed that three versions of the Sony XPERIA Z4 passed through Japanese authorities for approval. Now a new report from XperiaBlog has uncovered that the smartphone has passed through a the US FCC. Unfortunately, not much from the FCC-certification is revealed, but past reports have said that the XPERIA Z4 will sport a 5.2-inch screen […]

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 Sony XPERIA Z4 certified in Japan

According to Japanese-speaking Blog Of Mobile (1, 2, & 3), three versions of the Sony XPERIA Z4 has passed through Japan’s US FCC equivalent for approval. The three versions of the XPERIA Z4 will be headed to three of the biggest network operators in Japan, namely NTT DoCoMo, KDDI, and SoftBank. Normally, Sony lifts the […]

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