It’s raining certifications today as multiple devices have been listed on the FCC. The devices include OnePlus 11 5G the US and Canada Variant, Galaxy A34 5G, and Motorola XT2309-3 which is probably Motorola Edge 50 series device. Something specific about each device has been revealed via the FCC certification. Let’s peek into the details:
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OnePlus 11 5G US + Canada Arrives on FCC
After unveiling the OnePlus 11 5G in China, the OEM is set for its global launch on February 7. However, it seems that OnePlus is also preparing to launch the device in the US and Canada too as it has been listed on FCC carrying the label of both locations. Nonetheless, it could also be just the global variant.
As per the FCC listing, the OnePlus 11 5G carrying model Number CPH2451 features WiFi 7 with a Qualcomm WCN7851 connectivity system. Moreover, it reveals the presence of OxygenOS 13 and NFC on board. Apart from these, there’s hardly any other information about the device.
Samsung Galaxy A34 5G’s FCC listing confirms some Connectivity features
Samsung is all set to bring a new entry-level 5G smartphone i.e. Galaxy A34. After unveiling the Galaxy A54 5G a couple of weeks ago, Samsung will fill the 5G device void in the entry-level segment.
The listing confirms the presence of 5G n5 and n66 bands on the smartphone. It even supports NFC which will aid in wireless payments. The actual launch date is not confirmed, but it is expected to arrive soon.
Motorola XT2309-3 on FCC
A new high-end device from Motorola has surfaced on the FCC unveiling some important specifications of the device. The FCC documents unveil information about the presence of the Motorola TurboPower 68W USB-C Wall Charger and PB50 battery. Moreover, the smartphone supports TurboPower 15W Wireless Charging Stand.
The Motorola TurboPower accessories usually ship with the Motorola Edge series, and we expect the device to be part of the Motorola Edge 40 series.
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These three devices made their way to FCC and we hope to get more information about the devices in the coming days.