Nokia N95 8GB NAM approved by FCC

Nokia N95 8GB NAM approved by FCC
Nokia N95 8GB NAM approved by FCC. Nokia N95 8GB NAM, Nokia’s flagship N95 8GB model singing along U.S. 3G frequencies has been spotted at the FCC website. Nokia already announced the Nokia N95 8GB NAM on January 7th, 2007, but the FCC approval was nowhere to be found. It just appeared on the FCC pages. It is called the Nokia N95-4, supporting networks using 850/1900 MHz HSDPA (high speed data packet access) in the Americas. I took some screenshots of the information that mattered and the link to the documents.

It looks exactly like the current Nokia N95 8GB (Model Nokia N95-2), and we won’t be sure if there will be any unique features other than that 3G will work with AT&T’s 3G internet. This upcoming NAM version sports 850/1900 MHz HSDPA and is compatible with AT&T’s high-speed 3G and 3.5G networks. Nokia N95 8GB NAM is now almost certainly heading towards AT&T. And Nokia’s own Flagship stores in New York and Chicago.
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