The FCC pages showed two of the Nokia's world quad-band GSM phones getting approved for the US market. The two phones features music players supporting various formats for playback and have expandable memory. The E61 also has 3G, but it is only 2100MHz UMTS and not 850/1900MHz used in the U.S.
On the other hand the 6125 is a nice clamshell phone with EDGE support, and shares most of the 6136's features, which will probably be offered by T-Mobile, when they launch their UMA service.
Nokia E61 main specification:
- GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz and WCDMA 2100 MHz; GPRS/EDGE
- Support for various email clients: BlackBerry Connect, GoodLink, Nokia Business Center, Seven Mobile Mail, Seven Always-On Mail, and Visto Mobile
- Full Keyboard
- WiFi, Bluetooth 1.2, Infrared, USB
- Operating on Symbian OS with Series 60 Interface
Nokia 6125 main specification:
- Quad-band GSM; GPRS/EDGE
- 1.3 mega pixel camera with video capture
- microSD memory expansion slot
- Music player, supporting MP3, MP4, eAAC+ and WMA formats; FM radio
- Bluetooth, Infrared, USB