Samsung Galaxy folder 2 passes FCC tests

A model of the clamshell handset called the Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 has passed the FCC certification process, possibly pointing to a release in the United States soon. While the phone is modeled after an old-school flip phone, the smartphone packs the features necessary for the device to be useful in the current times like wireless data connectivity and multimedia features. According to the FCC test report, the Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 Dual-SIM model is capable of GSM and WCDMA connectivity as well as LTE-FDD connectivity over bands 1, 3, 5, 7, and 8. In addition, the FCC document stated that the dual-SIM variant of the Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 has Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity and additional features like FM radio and GPS.

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