Samsung Galaxy S3 hits the FCC with HSPA+

The Samsung Galaxy S3 has arrived at the FCC, and it seems to be the same as the European model that has already been spotted for quite some time. No biggie here, save for the fact that it still needs to jump through the hoops and obstacles that the FCC has placed in its way before obtaining approval for a general release Stateside. You will not find any LTE connectivity here, so the Galaxy S3 ought to (on paper) handle HSPA+ if you are an AT&T subscriber, and T-Mobile users will again be subjected to a measly EDGE connection. The regulatory label also does point towards the availability of a 2,100mAh battery that is said to last for up to 10 hours under full load with its machinations being taxed to the maximum. Any one out there busy waiting for the Galaxy S3, or are you too occupied with slaying monsters and clearing dungeons on Diablo 3?

Read about FCC, Galaxy S3 and Samsung. Filed in Cellphones. Seen at: engadget

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