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Galaxy C9 makes a pitstop at the FCC

Earlier today, an unannounced smartphone with Galaxy branding passed through the United States of America’s official certification authority, the FCC. Sadly, the information included in the filing doesn’t reveal anything about the device. It simply states that the handset carries the model number SM-C9000, which leads us to believe we’re looking at the very same Galaxy C9 that was imported into.
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