After receiving certification from the WiFi Alliance (WFA) and the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), the Samsung SM-A910F - which is alleged to be the international variant of the Galaxy A9 Pro (SM-A9100) - has cleared the FCC hurdle as well.
Both standard as well as the dual-SIM variant have been approved by the American agency. The FCC certification once again suggests that the device's launch is imminent, although an exact date or time-frame isn't yet known.
Also not known is how much the device will cost and exactly which markets will get it, although Europe seems to be on the list.
The price will be atrocious that's the problem.
How many Samsung phones come with a beastly 5000 mAh battery hmm?
Search for the review online,because most likely you will find it for the Asian variant,so that you don't have to wait 10 months till the international variant one.Most likely it's going to be the same device,being a mid specs one and not a flagship.