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A mystery Nokia Lumia device, labeled RM-860, just appeared over at the FCC website with support for Verizon Wireless. This could be the Nokia Lumia 920 variant for the largest 4G LTE network in the United States. We might be hearing more about this device at the Nokia press conference in Mobile World Congress.
Heard of the limited 18-carat gold-plated Nokia Oro? Nokia announced it just a couple of days ago. Premium devices such as the Oro are popular in the Middle East and Russia, but it looks like the US will be selling them as well. The FCC documents for Nokia Oro were published on Friday.
When I asked one of my very reliable sources to comment on the T-Mobile Nokia C7 Tiger rumor, all I got was a smiley face. Perhaps what we just discovered tonight is more helpful. The Nokia C7 recently hit the FCC and its manual directly mentions T-Mobile as the carrier not once, but twice. Take a look.
Want to be a Nokia blogger and possibly be one of the first to discover upcoming phones? One way of doing that is by checking the FCC database for recently approved Nokia devices expected in the United States. I’ll show you how to find them.
As I was doing my daily FCC searching, I found something interesting: a variation of the Nokia N78 without 3G and Wifi got approved by the FCC. Specs show that the frequencies supported are GSM 850/900/1800/1900, EDGE, and Bluetooth 2.0. Does that mean three versions of the Nokia N78 are expected this year? The N78 user manual is also leaked with the documents.
I found an unknown Nokia phone with the code RM-324 on the FCC today that supports US 3G. Due to confidentiality, we can only see an outline of the phone (what a tease). The FCC documents revealed that the phone will work on GSM 850/1900, EDGE, and WCDMA 850/1900. Translation: compatible with 3G internet on USA AT&T.
Nokia already announced the Nokia N95 8GB NAM on January 7th, 2007, but the FCC approval was nowhere to be found. Today it appeared on the FCC pages. It is called the Nokia N95-4, supporting networks using 850/1900 MHz HSDPA (high speed data packet access) in the Americas. I took some screenshots of the information that mattered and the link to the documents.