Galaxy Note 2, Samsung’s newest largest Android-based smartphone, is expected to make an appearance on shelves in the United States as well, and it has just been spotted on the FCC website en-route to this market.
However, it appears that this is only the international flavor of the smartphone, as it lacks support for LTE bands used in the country.
The Samsung GT-N7105 model that emerged over at the FCC packs support for 850/1900 GSM/GPRS/EDGE and 850 WCDMA/HSPA radios, with no LTE connectivity inside.
With the smartphone already rumored
to make an appearance on the networks of all major wireless carriers in the United States, we wouldn’t be surprised if a new Galaxy Note 2 model made its way through the FCC testing in the not too distant future, so stay tuned for more.