RH – 131 Passes FCC. What is it?

| August 15, 2011 | 21 Replies

We’ve brought you stories regarding other phones that have been found on the FCC’s site. I found this the other day, but didn’t really think much of it. I’ve decided today that maybe one of our readers can help me identify what this is. It’s the only image found on the FCC page.

Never before have i seen a device with the model naming RH-xxx, only RM-xxx and RX-xxx. The RM models have typically been for Mobile Handsets eg. N8, 5800 etc., while the RX scheme has been used for Mobile Computers eg. N900 and the Nokia Booklet. However, after some searching, I uncovered that RH-xxx is actually the scheme used in several phones already, but with very low end specs, eg. Nokia 6230.

I’ve read through the documents on the page and it appears it may be one of the China variants. From what I’ve read and understood:

– Dual Band GSM (850/1900)
– Single Sim
– BL-5CB Battery (800 mAh)
Not sure about WLAN (FCC report includes it, yet no equipment number)
– Standard AC-3E charger
– Standard 3.5mm headphone socket
– Expandable MicroSD Memory (Just a guess based on the above image)
Dimensions: 330 x 16 x 12
Not sure about boasting a camera as FCC doesn’t need to include this info. However, the image above suggests it may. (The purple square).

Here’s the link to the FCC if anyone can uncover any more information.…

Know what phone this variant is of ? Have any ideas about a future device it may be ? Seen anything on FCC ? Drop us a comment about it below. You never know, it may lead to an entire post like Oho.

Update: Dimensions are apparently for the testing equipment used. Also, what I thought was camera is apparently the loudspeaker. Cheers to muhk21 & for clearing these up.



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