FCC approved the unannounced Nokia N85

FCC approved the unannounced Nokia N85
The Nokia N85 made its first appearance on the Internet in the beginning of June, but even now, two months later, it is not yet officially announced by the Finnish manufacturer. The N85 is similar to the N95 and can be considered as a stripped-down version of the newer N96. It is also a two-way slider, features 5-megapixel auto-focus camera with dual-LED flash and is in the new for the manufacturer design language, known from N78 and N96. We expect that the N85 will run on the latest version of the S60 interface, just as the N96.

FCC approved two versions of the N85. Both are quad-band GSM phones with Bluetooth and FM transmitter (also found in N78) but one of them also features UMTS 3G and WiFi. It is a tri-band 3G at 900/1900/2100 MHz, which is usable in the U.S. (with AT&T) but optimized for Europe.

source: FCC

Pictures courtesy of J Blade on Flickr


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