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Tizen Samsung SM-Z910F Smartphone has passed the FCC test

The first Samsung Tizen based Smartphone SM-Z910F was shown off at the recent Tizen Developer Conference in San Francisco, and now it has been certified by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission).
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Ash
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Jun 22, 2014

The first Samsung Tizen based Smartphone SM-Z910F was shown off at the recent Tizen Developer Conference in San Francisco, and now it has been certified by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission).

"The FCC is an independent agency established by the government in charge of the United States to Regulate in the areas of broadband, competition, the spectrum of network information, the media, the public convenience and security of the country. Lowest in IT and telecommunication devices circulation in the United States or globally usually have passed the first test of the FCC"

Samsung SM-Z910F has been certified by the FCC yesterday on 20 May with the FCC ID "A3LSMZ910F".

The FCC testing confirms that the SM-Z910F will have 850 MHz LTE mobile networks (Band 5), HSPA / W-CDMA 1900/850 MHz, GSM / GPRS / EDGE 1900/850 MHz. It also incldes WLAN (Wi-Fi) 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth and NFC.

Samsung Z SM-Z910F FCC Tizen

 

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3 comments on “Tizen Samsung SM-Z910F Smartphone has passed the FCC test”

      1. Here's my concern with Tizen. It's another "iOS". It's essentially owned, lock, stock, and 2 smoking barrels by Samsung.

        Now don't get me wrong, I know Android is pretty much locked up SOLID for the most part by Google, but there are alternatives like Cyanogen Mod (which, I predict, will get ANOTHER infusion of serious coin....SOON....not just the one they got last year: http://goo.gl/SPvlLR ).

        Tizen, however, has no such "Open Source" alternative. And that, is what I think is going to hamper it. Samsung has demonstrated a propensity to "leave users" behind. We saw it as far back as phones like the Behold II, that never got an Android 2.x update, despite even having it promised in their own marketing videos. To date, phones perfectly capable of running the latest Android builds....guess what., probably largely out of luck unless you root and go "roll-your-rom-ah".

        Don't get me wrong.....I LOVE my GNote II, but really...it took 7 months to roll them out for most carriers, with others yet to release (I'm looking at you, T-Mobile) theirs. I'm not enthused about Tizen. Show me someone making a port of Mono (Xamarin) to it.

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