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Lumia 800 gets FCC teardown

The Nokia Lumia 800 arrived at the FCC for its pre-market checkup, which means it shouldn't be long before it hits the wavelengths of the USA.  There don't seem to be any surprises revealed in the teardown and approval will hopefully come soon.  However, we still do not know which carrier the award-winning Lumia 800 will land on.  We know that it will work on AT&T's 3G network, but as of yet, there's been no confirmation that is where it is heading.  And there is no word that it supports 1700 MHz AWS, so it is unlikely to be joining its sibling, the Lumia 710, on T-Mobile.  Whoever it is, they are in for a treat.

Source: FCC; Via: Engadget

9 Comments
  • So, how does Apple keep all the details of their phones under wraps until release? Surely they have to go through the FCC, too?
  • It would seem that whoever sent it to the FCC did not place any disclosure restrictions on the submission.
  • You can request for it not to be disclosed by the FCC until a certain date. Since the 800 is already known about no need to not disclose it.....perhaps they have the 900 going through undisclosed :)
  • Man that is one sexy phone
  • Nokia brings the sexy to America .... they do know the way of the Samurai.
  • transformer joke?
  • Can you tell if they have added LTE?
  • Verizon, I don't care about LTE.  Just give me this damn phone.  Or at least a few options!!!!  I'm tired of seeing all of these ugly Google phones. 
  • Exactly, Look at ATT they have many choices of Windows Phone even Lumia 800 is heading there. Shame Verizon.