Non-Chinese variant of the Galaxy C9 Pro passes through the FCC
Last week, we reported that Samsung is preparing to launch the Galaxy C9 Pro, which has — up until now — been exclusive to the Chinese market, in a slew of Asian countries in the coming weeks, and yesterday the firm prematurely took the wraps off the handset in India where it’ll be up for pre-order on January 27.
If an official announcement wasn’t enough confirmation that the elusive C range will finally be making its way out of China, an International variant of the Galaxy C9 Pro bearing the model number SM-C900F has been spotted at the United States of America’s official certification authority, the FCC.
Seeing as the Galaxy C9 Pro has already been imported into India for testing and has been granted its Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certification credentials, it has now passed all of the tests required for a new variant of an existing device to launch on the open market. Now it’s down to Samsung to set the wheels in motion.