We do know that the Nokia N9 smartphone is already on its way to the masses for the longest time already – after all, spy shots of the meeGo-powered handset have been spotted online for over a year, but that doesn’t mean everyone has the nitty gritty on it. Today, it has won FCC approval which lends credence to the fact that the Nokia N9 is being prepared for an actual release real soon. For those of you who thrive on model numbers, the Nokia N9 is also known as the RM-680, and FCC documents associated with it point towards broad GSM and WCDMA support. We are talking about compatibility with GSM bands 850, 1900, 1800 and 1900, and WCDMA bands I, II, IV, V and VIII, which means it can appear on either T-Mobile or AT&T in the US.
Apart from that, we do know that the Nokia N9 will also feature smartphone staples such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth conenctivity. Too bad there still aren’t any external and internal FCC photos of the N9 to look at, as those fall under a confidentiality agreement at least until June.
No word on pricing nor availability concerning the Nokia N9 either, so we will just have to play the waiting game here. Perhaps a tech ninja can sneak an image or two out from somewhere?
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