Nokia N9 Spotted At FCC, Has Five 3G/HSPA Bands, Still Not Official

By 07:08 Sun, 11 Jul 2021 Comments

The long-awaited Nokia N9 has passed FCC checking and that gives us a glimpse at a schematic of the device and also info on the wireless connectivity of the device. The last we’ve heard of Nokia’s MeeGo efforts, they assumed that there will be a device called N950, which will be out by the discontinue of this year. Not a word since, we’re not even sure if the N9 and the N950 are the same device.

The Nokia N9 was tested for 850/1900 GSM/GPRS/EDGE bands with a note that outside the US the device can also utilize the 900/1800 bands. The 3G bands tested were 850/1700/1900/2100, again with a note that the 900Mega Hertz (MHz) band is also available outside the US. Basically, the N9 can work on pretty much any Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) network around the world.

Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) b/g/n (2.4Giga Hertz (GHz) band) and Bluetooth were also tested. From the accessory information we also learn that the Nokia N9 will utilize a BL-4D battery (1200mAh Li-ion) and it will come with a WH-701 one-piece wired headset.

That’s all well and fine (though the battery seems underpowered) but what the FCC filing doesn’t respond is when the Nokia N9, or N950, or whatever Nokia names its MeeGo device will hit the shelves - people’s patience isn't endless.

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