Nokia RM-670 Undergoes FCC Testing
RM-670, the upcoming handset from Nokia, goes through FCC's approval testing. Few features of the phone, revealed as well.
The Nokia RM-670, formerly known as the N7 or 700 Zeta, was first seen through spy-shots and then followed by multiple rumors. Now, the new handset from Nokia seems to be entering the Technology World after taking an official testing under the FCC. Though the listings did not disclose all the features of the phone, the test still serves as a good proof that the RM-670 was real and existing.
According to the FCC paperwork, the upcoming Nokia handset could work on either AT&T and T-Mobile, or might even support both 1,700MHz AWS (T-Mobile) and 850/1,900MHz (AT&T) 3G bands. Nokia has not yet announced any launching date for the RM-670, but it is expected to arrive first in the U.S.
In addition, the listing as well revealed some specs of the phone, which includes the new Symbian Belle OS, a 1GHz processor, a NFC chip payment support, and a 3.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen. Take note that the Belle OS feature is said to add some design elements coming from MeeGo OS, making the Nokia RM-670 more appealing.
The handset is also rumored to have an off-contract price of $414, and a 8.8mm (0.35 inches) thickness.View Article Source »