This year's flagship Android smartphones from Samsung Electronics might be launched in China in the near future, with support for China Mobile’s TD-LTE network.
The two handsets, none other than the Galaxy S4 and the Galaxy Note 3, have already been certified for use on the wireless carrier’s network, MyDrivers reports.
To be more precise, China’s telecoms certification entity has approved the TD-LTE Galaxy S4 with model number GT-I9508C attached to it. The new flavor of Galaxy Note 3 was approved as SM-N9008V.
China Mobile is expected to officially start offering 4G services in the country on December 18, and the certification arrives just in time for the two smartphones to land on shelves on that day, UnwiredView notes.
The wireless carrier is also expected to make Apple’s iPhone available on its network on that day, recent reports on the matter suggested.