Huawei Honor 7S, Meizu M6T, Samsung Galaxy A9 Star and Asus ZenFone 5Z Certified in Indonesia

Honor 7s TKDN

Four smartphones namely Huawei Honor 7S, Meizu M6T, Samsung Galaxy A9 Star and Asus ZenFone 5Z have been certified by TKDN authority and are ready for release in Indonesia.

The following names/model numbers such as honor 7S, Meizu-M6T, ASUS_Z01RD and SM-G885F have appeared at TKDN in separate listings.

Huawei Honor 7S

The Honor 7S has recently debut in Pakistan in May. It was also spotted at China’s TENAA body in the same month, but it is yet to go official in the country.

Meizu M6T

The Meizu M6T is the latest phone from Meizu that was unveiled in China in the last month and is believed to have the model number M881Q assigned to it. Now that the smartphone has been certified in Indonesia, it seems that Indonesia will be the first overseas market for the phone.

Also Read : Meizu M6T with MediaTek MT6750, 3 GB RAM Spotted at Geekbench

Asus Zenfone 5Z

The ASUS_Z01RD model number belongs to Asus ZenFone 5Z flagship phone that was unveiled in February this year. Even though it was announced earlier this year, the smartphone is yet to be available for buying. The Taiwanese company had confirmed that it will be hitting the market in June. The TKDN certification hints that Indonesia will be one of the first markets to receive the ZenFone 5Z.

Samsung Galaxy A9 Star

Samsung has already started the pre-orders of the Galaxy A9 Star and Galaxy A9 Star Lite in China since June 2. After today’s unveil event for the A9 Star duo in China, these phones will be hitting the market on June 15. The SM-G885F model number that has been approved by TKDN belongs to Galaxy A9 Star. It seems that Indonesia may or may not receive the A9 Star Lite, but the arrival of the A9 Star seems to be close at hand. Since the same model number was spotted at the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) in the U.S., Taiwan’s NCC  and on Samsung Vietnam’s website, it is likely that the Galaxy A9 Star would be also released in other markets like the U.S., Taiwan and Vietnam.

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