Samsung’s first Tizen-based smartphone, Samsung Z (SM-Z910F), has just cleared all FCC certification tests and it is now being planned by Samsung for limited launch in a few countries which include Russia, Italy, Poland, Germany, UK and France.
According to the certification details, all of the connectivity modules of Samsung Z were tested on May 22 under FCC ID ‘A3LSMZ910F’. These tests confirm its 850/1900 MHz frequency band for GSM/GPRS/EDGE (2G) network, 850/1900 MHz frequency band for HSPA/WCDMA (3G) network and 850 MHz frequency for 4G-LTE connectivity. Moreover, its NFC, Wifi (WLAN) and Bluetooth connectivity have also been tested (see the images below).
After successful FCC certification of SM-Z910F, Samsung is now preparing for its commercial release with limited initial launch in some countries including Russia, Italy, Poland, Germany, UK and France. As for now, here are the FCC documents that have appeared online.
Samsung Z (SM-Z910F) FCC Documents
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