FCC welcomes mid-range Nokia RM-941 to the office
Don't let the higher model number throw you, this is model is a mid-ranger from the Finnish OEM. Mobile ad network AdDuplex spotted this model (mostly in Taiwan) and noted that it has a screen resolution of 480 x 800 (WVGA). By definition these days, this would make the Nokia RM-941 a mid-range model at best.
The device shows LTE support for bands 20, 3 and 7 which means the device will support LTE outside of North America. In other words, there is no U.S. or Canadian LTE connectivity for this model. It does offer AT&T's GSM bands at 850/1900MHz. There is some speculation that with an estimated size of 128.6mm X 70mm, this could be a follow-up to the Nokia Lumia 720 which measures 127.9mm x 67.9mm.
Another possibility is that the FCC visitor is the rumored Nokia Lumia 625. You might recall that this was a phone that was expected to show up at the manufacturer's May 14th event although it never appeared. This model was tipped to have a 4.7 inch screen, but only 512MB of RAM. The phone was expected to launch with the GDR2 version of Windows Phone 8 pre-installed.
Nokia RM-941 images from the FCC Fullscreen
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Nokia RM-941 images from the FCC
source: FCC via NokiaPowerUser, WMPoweruser
1. -box- (Posts: 3571; Member since: 04 Jan 2012)
Nokia is going through a lot of prototypes and releases, as the "EOS" is 877 and this is 941, and they are done sequentially (I.e. The Lumia 900 is RM-808 if I recall)
2. KINGJUAN27 (Posts: 193; Member since: 02 Jul 2012)
NOKIA! 1GB of RAM is already standard for all the other new midrange phones out there! WTH with the half GB with this new Lumia! Catch up fast or else you'll lose more.
3. KINGJUAN27 (Posts: 193; Member since: 02 Jul 2012)
NOKIA! 1GB of RAM is already standard
for all the other new midrange phones
out there! WTH with the half GB with
this new Lumia! Catch up fast or else
you'll lose more.