Nokia RM-809 passes FCC – Nokia 710.1 (USA?)

| October 29, 2011 | 7 Replies

Something called the Nokia RM-809 has passed FCC. On the test pages, it shows it has a BP-3L battery, may come with WH-208 headset, Nokia CA-101 microUSB cable and it was tested with a Lenovo T61 laptop and USB memory stick.

https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/ViewExhibitReport.cfm?mode=Exhibits&RequestTimeout=500&calledFromFrame=N&application_id=930689&fcc_id=’QMNRM-809

How’s a USB memory stick even possible if it does not account for the microUSB OTG connector?

What is this device? A search reveals some info found by WPCentral that this is actually the Nokia Lumia 710.1 – yes a variant of the 710. They note T-Mobile USA specific 3G bands. Do you remember that Michael also posted about the possibility of the 710 coming to the USA? You’ll note that

  • Nokia C7′s US counterpart, C7-00.1
  • Nokia 710 is RM-803
  • Nokia 710.1 is RM-809
Cheers PJ for the tip!

Category: Nokia, Windows Phone

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  • http://city-data.in Souvik

    the Nokia WP7.5 really looks cool…can wait to get hands on them….

    • u are gau

      blind??? Ok

      • Pedrokas

        are you??? Ok

  • colby

    It also seems to have the ATT bands as well (850).

  • nathan

    good nokia need to get in to the US soon then the tech media might start thinking about them again! I do hope this works i think nokia is one of the most responsable and open minded tech companies out there!

  • migo

    850/1700/1900 – as far as Tri-Band goes, that’s about as good as it could be. I hope Nokia starts selling phones unlocked in the Microsoft Store. I know they said they’d work closely with carriers, but an exception or two would be really nice for those of us who want a phone untained by branding.

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