Nokia just announced the 6301, the UMA-capable version of the 6300. Featuring WiFi, the device is a dual-mode phone, seamlessly switching between GSM and WiFi networks even during a call. As it is tri-band only GSM, it is suitable for Europe and not really for US. Orange will be one of the first operators that will offer it on the old continent, but if a US-bound version appears (trading the 900MHz band for 850 one) we may see it with T-Mobile, which already offers UMA-capable Nokia 6086 and Samsung T409.
Otherwise identical to the first model, the 6301 is a half-inch thick mono candybar with QVGA 2” display, slot for microSD memory and Series 40 interface. If you are not familiar, please read our Nokia 6300 Review