Posted by Abhijeet M. 7 months ago

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for AT&T and Sprint makes a stop at the FCC

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The FCC is passing along the Galaxy Note 3 for a few markets already, and now the AT&T and Sprint variants of the device have paid a visit to the radio regulation agency. The AT&T variant carries the model number SM-N900A, while another model, the SM-N900R4 is likely on its way to CDMA carriers like Sprint, US Cellular, and other regional US providers. There’s no new information in the FCC filings, but then again, we don’t really need any new information at this point, except the fact that the phablet’s launch in the U.S. is right on track.

AT&T will be shipping the Note 3 around October 1, along with T-Mobile, while the Sprint and Verizon models are expected to ship from October 10th.

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One comment on “Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for AT&T and Sprint makes a stop at the FCC

  1. GDA2000 7 months ago said:

    Any luck with firmware for the SM-N900A ( the AT&T model) I tried to unroot mine and didn’t work so its a brick now. I need the firmware to Unroot it desperately. Any info on where to find the firmware would be greatly appreciated.

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