You know just how each piece of consumer electronics device will need to go through the rigors of testing over at the FCC before it is deemed ready to rock and roll in the general market, and no exceptions are to be made. Well, we have just received word that the Nokia Lumia 920 which runs on the upcoming Windows Phone 8 operating system platform is ripe and ready to rock and roll, considering how it has already passed FCC’s tests with flying colors.
Not only that, we do know that since September 10th, Nokia will adhere to a 90 day confidentiality treatment for the RM-821 (model number for the Nokia Lumia 920) where the following documents are concerned, namely Exhibit 3, Exhibit 7, Exhibit 8 and Exhibit 9 which touch on external photos, test setup photos, user’s manual and internal photos, respectively. How do you find the waiting period for a new smartphone? Agonizingly sweet, isn’t it?
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- 2014-04-16: Nokia Lumia 1020 Used To Document Underwater Diving Mission
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- 2014-01-30: Lumia Black Update Released For AT&T Lumia 920 And 820
- 2014-01-13: Nokia Lumia black Update Sets Its Sights On The Lumia 920
- 2013-12-29: Nokia Lumia 920 Reportedly Jailbroken By Chinese Hackers
- 2013-12-05: Nokia Lumia 1320 Spotted At The FCC
- 2013-10-11: AT&T Rolling Out Amber Update For Nokia Lumia 820, 920