Today, the 9300i Communicator from Nokia scored FCC approval. The 9300i is the successor of the 9300, and is operating on tri-band 900/1800/1900 GSM and features high-speed data through GPRS and EDGE. Other key features of the device are Nokia Series 80 interface over Symbian Operating System and full QWERTY keyboard. The phone can be connected through Bluetooth, Infrared or USB, and the 9300i adds Wi-Fi for even better connectivity. It also has full HTML internet browser with flash support. The 9300i also uses better battery than its predecessor, shipping with 1100MAH Li-Ion battery. The internal memory is extended through MMC and RS-MMC cards, which are available with capacities up to 2GB.
||Nokia 9300i closed|
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Still there is not much information about OS version and other improvements, as the phone still haven't been officially announced. The FCC shows a EGSM 900/1800/1900 version, but we guess that there would be also a US one, featuring the 850MHz band.