Initially an exclusive handset launched by T-Mobile, the Nokia 6650 will soon make its way to customers of AT&T, according to documents that were recently published by the FCC.
And as you can see pictured below, AT&T’s Nokia 6650 looks ready for action, featuring the same 2 megapixel camera with LED-flash, external display, stainless steel cover and clamshell form factor seen on T-Mobile’s own release version.
Though it’s a phone of small proportions, do not underestimate its power. The Nokia 6650 for AT&T will still feature Series 60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2 as its OS, which is the same one found on the two latest high-end Nseries handsets (the Nokia N79 and N85).
Also on-board the Nokia 6650 is a built-in GPS with A-GPS, microUSB port and microSD memory card slot. WCDMA 850/1900 and HSDPA data is supported.
Pricing and release date of the AT&T Nokia 6650 has not been confirmed yet.
Via Phone Scoop
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