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Some new Nokia flip gets FCC approval for AT&T

Tuesday 28th July 2009 - 06:01

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So close, guys, but no cigar! Last time Nokia ran an unannounced model for AT&T through the FCC -- the yet-to-be-released 6750 Mural -- it remembered to blot out the carrier's silkscreened logos but not the giveaway CV logo on the keypad. This time, it remembered to blot out both the keypad and the logos in the external photo documentation, but not in the SAR setup files (pictured above). Of course, with 3G on the 850 and 1900MHz bands, we pretty much could've gathered that AT&T was a likely target with or without the visual confirmation -- but still, amateur mistake. Beyond the carrier, we don't know much about the phone -- but it's definitely not S60-based, it's got some form of four-digit number assigned to it (it's identified as "XXXX" in the manual), and a dedicated Telenav button guarantees that GPS will factor prominently into its selling points.

[Via Phone Scoop]

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