Symbian is fighting a losing battle, but that doesn’t mean Nokia’s recent announcement of their partnership with Windows Phone 7 will mean a quick death to the operating system which has served the company so well over the years. The Nokia E6 smartphone which runs off the Symbian operating system, has recently been spotted at the FCC with the model number RM-609 just in case you’re one of the more curious ones who want to keep track of such information. Picking up FCC approval for GSM 850, 900, 1800 and 1900 bands, alongside WCDMA bands I, II, IV, V and VIII, this means those living Stateside will most probably see the Nokia E6 arrive on both AT&T and T-Mobile, taking full advantage of both carriers’ 3G networks to boot. Boasting a candybar form factor that is not too far away from the E72, you get what seems to be a generous QWERTY keypad and a touchscreen display. We will have to wait for further information such as pricing and availability in due time, so stay tuned!RELATED
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