FCC approves trio of handsets

The FCC just gave their nod of approval to three new handsets that will make their mark via T-Mobile USA, featuring 850/1900 GSM and WCDMA 1700 connectivity. They are the Nokia RM-509 (also known as the 3710a), Nokia RM-511 and Motorola T56KV1. The first of the three is actually the Nokia 3710 clamshell, specially built for North America, featuring a QVGA internal display, S40 UI, GPS navigation, a 3.2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth connectivity and 3G support. Up next is the Nokia RM-511 clamshell, where details are as scarce as hair on Kojak’s shiny head. Last but not least is the Motorola T56KV1 which also has a good chance of being the Android-powered Morrison, since both models feature Wi-Fi connectivity and 3G (1700MHz) support.

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