Posted by Abhijeet M. 12 months ago

Galaxy Note III LTE model (SM-N9005) passes GCF certification


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The wheels are in motion as we count down to the Galaxy Note III’s official announcement at IFA, with a new bit of info on the awaited device showing almost every other hour. After seeing the developer unit of the Note III in a leaked picture and getting access to one of its lockscreen wallpapers on the same day, the device has now been found passing certification at the Global Certification Forum.

The certification is for the LTE model of the device, with model number SM-N9005. According to the listing, the phablet supports LTE 2100/1800/850/1600/800Mhz (Band1,3,5,7,20), WCDMA  2100/1900/900/850Mhz, and GSM 1900/1800/900/850 Mhz frequencies, which is to say it pretty much supports almost every network in the world (though as always, we’ll see a dedicated variant with support for networks carriers use in China).

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Any bets on how many times we’ll see the Galaxy Note III’s details leak in the next couple of days?

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4 comments on “Galaxy Note III LTE model (SM-N9005) passes GCF certification

  1. Sir Smalzz 12 months ago said:
  2. Pirate-X 12 months ago said:

    No LTE 2600 ?! Bad news for France with FreeMobile

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  3. androiduk 12 months ago said:

    Let’s hope it also has ac wireless.

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  4. easye88 12 months ago said:

    LTE

    Continent Frequency
    Europe: 800/1800/2600 mhz
    North America: 700/800/1700AWS/1800/1900
    Africa: 1800/2100/2300
    Asia: 800/900/1800/2100/2600
    Middle East: 800/1800/2300/2600

    So an Africa and Asia model?

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