The impending arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is getting closer each day. Models for AT&T and Verizon were recently certified by FCC which means the next-gen Note will be available anytime soon. Instead of an IFA launch in September, we’ve been saying it’s gonna happen earlier in August together with the S6/S6 edge’s bigger sibling, the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, specifically on the 12th.
Samsung isn’t making any formal announcement or invitation yet but we believe this Note 5 will go head-to-head against the new iPhone due for release this September. The FCC sighting is the strongest evidence about the Note 5 and the S6 Edge Plus and especially since there’s some reference to Verizon and AT&T and more good news: the two models have been approved.
The Note 5 from AT&T is known as the SM-N920A while Verizon’s is SM-N920V. The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus from Verizon is model number SM-G928V while AT&T’s is SM-G928A. These phones are now compatible with the LTE bands of the said mobile carriers. No doubt these two are coming. For now, let’s wait and absorb all the rumors and leaks being published.
Interestingly, some more information came from Singapore. It’s actually a certification of the smartphone’s availability in the country. The model numbers and names are clear.