The FCC has just approved the Nokia 3710a, which looks like a North American version of the Nokia 3710 fold, officially announced a few months earlier (at the same time with Nokia E72 and Nokia 5530 XpressMusic).
Like the Nokia 6350, the 3710a was approved to work on GSM 850/900 and WCDMA 850/1900 bands, so it might be launched by AT&T sometime soon.
Coming as a mid-end clamshell, Nokia 3710a features a QVGA internal display, A-GPS, a 3.2 MP camera, Bluetooth, MicroSD card support, and Nokia’s S40 UI.
If AT&T indeed launches the Nokia 3710a, it will probably offer the phone for a low price on contract – considering the fact that, in Europe, the 3710 costs about $200 unlocked.
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