Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge pass through the FCC

Unless you have been in a deep slumber the last couple of weeks, you are aware that the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge will soon be made official at Samsung’s Unpacked event on February 21st, with a feature set that could make them the most impressive flagships we’ve seen in a long time. Both devices are expected to go on sale in March, and Samsung has received one of the most important approvals it would need to put the S7 and S7 edge on sale.

The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge have passed certification through the FCC; the agency has certified the AT&T models of both phones, with model numbers SM-G930A and SM-G935A. The FCC documents also mention the Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile models. The listing doesn’t offer any important information except for the general shape of the devices, but that’s not really a problem since we already know nearly all there is to know about either of the upcoming flagships.


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Hopefully Sammy includes the Micro-SD slot on the S7 Edge as well. With these devices now being able to record 4K video…Micro-SD’s are actually very useful. Especially if there isn’t a 256GB version of the phone.

Looking forward to the 21st 🙂


Cool. But I’d be buying International Unlocked anyway.


The different carrier versions are all the same exact phone. Samsung is not making separate phones like last time. They are taking a more Apple approach. You likely just need to buy the Verizon version or flash a generic S7 firmware.