Before Christmas, an upcoming Nokia smartphone codenamed Victoria silently passed through the FCC, and with several published documents we gain more information about this mysterious handset. This phone was first revealed as part of a package Nokia smartphone roadmap leak we gave you a few months back.
The Nokia Victoria, with product code RM-412, appears to be a smartphone in the league of the Nokia E66. If not, at least it will carry the same battery as it: a 1000 mAh BL-4U. Actually, not much is revealed about the Nokia Victoria by the FCC, except for its accompanying accessories, which are the following: the aforementioned BL-4U battery, HS-43 headset, and AC-5E AC charger.
The Nokia Victoria will also be Wi-Fi ready and have Bluetooth connectivity. Otherwise, it is labeled as a 7-band (GSM850/900/1800/1900 and WCDMA Band I/II(1900)VIII) mobile phone with GPRS and EGPRS.
It should also be noted that a similar handset in the guise of the Nokia code RM-413 has passed through the FCC. This might be the same handset as Victoria, albeit with a slight difference, though whether it is in supported networks or overall features cannot yet be determined.
The Nokia Victoria’s FCC photos will be published on March 17th of next year, and by then we should get a clear picture of what this smartphone really looks like. That’s if an excited reader doesn’t share a photo or two of this phone’s prototype ahead of that date, of course.
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