Another day, another device arrives over at the FCC, and it definitely is cause to investigate further, and make a quick check on our respective bank account balances to make sure that we are able to afford whatever newfangled approved device in the months ahead. We all know by now that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will soon be unleashed upon the masses, but it will have to go through the hallowed doorways of the FCC first. What you see above is simply known as the Samsung SGH-i337, and it has already gained the collective nod of approval by the powers that be at the FCC.
I just love the way the model number is given, as in geek circles, it does seem to read as “leet”, which is a common slang for “elite”, and that would suit the Galaxy S4’s description perfectly. Sporting the LTE band 17 that is used exclusively by AT&T in the US, it does seem to point towards being an AT&T exclusive, in addition to offering a 1,080 x 1920 screen and an ARM11 Exynos processor. This is, in all probability, the Galaxy S4 for AT&T.
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- 2014-04-11: Oppo R1 Drops By The FCC
- 2014-04-04: HP Slate 8 Pro 7650 Appears At The FCC
- 2014-04-03: Sony Xperia Z2 Compact Might Have Received FCC Approval Already
- 2014-04-02: Verizon Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 Hits The FCC
- 2014-03-23: ASUS PadFone X Spotted At The FCC
- 2014-03-20: Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet Passes Through The FCC
- 2014-03-13: AT&T Gains FCC Approval Of Leap Wireless Purchase
- 2014-02-19: Surface 2 With LTE Spotted At The FCC
- 2014-01-27: AT&T Galaxy S4 And Galaxy Note 3 Android 4.4 Update Leaked