Nokia Fold 3710 passes through the FCC supporting T-Mobile's bands

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Nokia Fold 3710 passes through the FCC supporting T-Mobile's bands
We know that there's a lot of anticipation with the Nokia Nuron 5230 for T-Mobile that's slated to make its arrival in the US shortly. As usual though, Nokia's name is more prevalent in the entry-level segment where it has been strong here in the US market. With that in mind, the FCC recently saw the Nokia Fold 3710 make its way over to its house sporting a 3.2 megapixel camera with flash, stereo Bluetooth, GPS, Nokia Maps Navigation, 2.5mm headset connector, and a second camera for video calling. The Nokia Fold 3710 is a quad-band GSM/EDGE and WCDMA 900/1700/2100 MHz handset – even though it looks to support T-Mobile's network, it's unclear if this flip phone will actually make its way to their lineup. It's very rare to see a second camera, used primarily for video calling, make its way onto a US bound handset – but then again, you just never know what can happen.

Nokia 3710 Fold Specifications

source: FCC via Cell Phone Signal


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