FCC approves Nokia 6086 UMA phone

FCC approves Nokia 6086 UMA phone

A week after it was officially announced in Amsterdam, during the Nokia World show, the new UMA-capable clamshell of the Finnish manufacturer is approved by our own FCC. As it is already official, there's nothing new here – 6086 is basic phone with Bluetooth, mediocre displays and VGA camera, basically a WiFi/UMA-capable version of the 6085. Quad-band GSM support makes it capable of world roaming. The manual mentions nothing about carrier availability, but if it comes to the States, we believe it will be T-Mobile who will pick it up, due to the UMA support.

Source: FCC


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