Nokia Smartphone With RFID Hits The FCC?

FCC filings for an unnamed Nokia smartphone show an interesting feature. Seems that Nokia has submitted a device that sports RFID support, which could possibly indicate the possibility of future mobile payments via your phone. The phone supports WCDMA on AT&T and T-Mobile’s 3G networks and includes Wi-Fi b/g/n, along with an FM transmitter. With rumors going around that Apple could be working on an iPhone that supports NFC (Near Field Communication), could we be looking at a future where we’ll be paying for everything by just tapping our mobile phones. Will this Nokia phone be a high-end smartphone, or a normal feature phone?

Filed in Cellphones. Read more about Apple Inc, FCC, iPhone, NFC, Nokia and Rfid.

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