It looks like the FCC has been a good source to know about any smartphones that are not very obvious otherwise. Last time it was Samsung’s still unnamed SGH-T589 and now it’s Nokia’s N9. Those tracking details about this smartphone might remember that it was rumoured back in January to be running on MeeGo and powered by an Intel processor.
More about the N9 (Image source: GSMArena.com)
Since then there wasn’t a word about the N9, but it seems it has been spotted at the FCC. The N9’s GSM/EDGE/GPRS bands as well as its 3G bands have been tested and it will support bands from all countries. The Wi-Fi and Bluetooth has also been tested and it’s said that the smartphone will be using a BL-4D battery (1200mAh Li-ion).
For now that’s all the information we have about this handset. Hopefully, we'll get some more details of when it should be hitting the shelves, pricing and everything of that sort.
Published Date: May 13, 2011 10:04 am | Updated Date: May 13, 2011 10:04 am