The Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones will be made official later this month and now the handsets have been approved by the FCC.
Three versions of the Galaxy S10 have appeared at the FCC, SM-G97OU which is the Galaxy S10 E or Lite version of the handset, plus SM-G973U which is for the Galaxy S10 and SM-G975U which is for the Galaxy S10 Plus.
The filling has confirmed that the three handsets will support all LTE bands in the US and that they will cme with Bluetooth LE, NFC, MST and Wi-Fi 6. There do not appear to be any references to the 5G version of the Galaxy 10 at the FCC.
This would suggest that the 5G Samsung Galaxy S10 could launch later on, Samsung could still unveil the handset this month, but it may not launch until later in the year.
Samsung are holding a press conference on the 20th of February where they will make their new Galaxy S10 handsets official, they will also revealed the Samsung Galaxy Fold at the event.
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