Samsung Galaxy Z Fold6 mobile phone passed FCC certification


The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold6 phone, together with the Galaxy Z Flip6 and Galaxy Ring, received certification from the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) yesterday. The phone is identified by the model number SM-F956U. Regrettably, the certification paperwork does not provide any details regarding the battery.

The certification confirms that the Galaxy Z Fold6 phone will be equipped with many connectivity options like 5G, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, WPT, and UWB.


Samsung Galaxy Z Fold6 mobile phone passed FCC certification

The certification also reveals the design of the Galaxy Z Fold6, which bears a resemblance to the Galaxy Z Fold5. It features an expanded inner screen that folds at the center and a front-facing cover screen. The listing additionally verifies that the phone would be compatible with wireless charging and 5G networks, all of which are anticipated features for a gadget of this caliber.

The charging adaptor is identified by the model number EP-TA800, while the wireless charger is identified by the model number EP-P5400. The Galaxy Z Fold6 will feature a USB-C connection for charging.

In addition to other connectivity options, the phone is also compatible with Wi-Fi 5.8GHz, offering speeds of up to 1300mps. This guarantees enhanced velocities in regions with limited coverage. The frequency of 5.8GHz is often regarded as the optimal choice for gaming and streaming files via Wi-Fi.


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