Two new Nokia smartphones have been approved by the FCC recently – and before you get too excited, let us inform you that neither of them is a Windows device.
Both the N9 and N5 come with US-friendly 3G connectivity (850 / 1700 / 1900 MHz), so, theoretically, they could be launched by AT&T or T-Mobile. But I kind of doubt the two carriers want to waste their time with handsets based on platforms that will disappear in a few years.
Anyway, in case you’re interested, the FCC has published the N9′s User Manual, as well as some internal photos of it. You can see it all here.
The Nokia N9 should be available in select markets starting September – it remains to be seen if the US is one of these markets. We don’t know when and where the N5 will be available, but more details should be unveiled soon. ‘Till then, here is what the FCC has disclosed about the N5 (there’s not much to see though).
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