FCC Reveals Nokia 6750 for AT&T
Documents became public today on the FCC web site that detail an unannounced Nokia phone for AT&T. The Nokia 6750 "Mural" is a clamshell phone with dedicated music keys and an outer display hidden behind a mirrored shell. Documents confirm 3G in the 850/1900 bands that AT&T uses. Also confirmed are a memory card slot, Bluetooth, and a camera. The early draft user manual refers to Video Share and Media Net - both AT&T service brands - and the keypad has a dedicated "CV" button for AT&T's Cellular Video service. It is not clear if the 6750 will have the S60 smartphone OS like the 6650 fold.
Jan 7, 2019
Planet Computers is at CES this week showing off an early prototype of its Cosmo Communicator, which is an upgraded version of its Gemini. The Cosmo and Gemini share the same basic design that looks like a micro-size laptop.
Nov 13, 2019
The unannounced new Motorola RAZR with a foldable display has been revealed in public documents for its FCC approval. Photos in the documents match previous leaks, including a very tall, narrow screen that folds in half, inside a body very much like the original RAZR, including a "chin" at the bottom.
May 12, 2020
Motorola is rolling out a major software update for its new Razr phone. The update brings Android 10, as well as new features for the unique large outer display.
Feb 24, 2019
The new Alcatel 1s, 3, and 3L improve the specs of Alcatel's most affordable Android phones with features like more RAM, and taller displays with a notch. Although these specific models aren't coming to the US, such models often come to the US as carrier-exclusive models with minor spec changes.
Nov 13, 2019
Motorola today unveiled its new razr phone for 2020. In line with a long-running stream of teases and leaks, plus today's FCC approval, the phone matches the design of the original RAZR V3, but with an inner surface that is one continuous 6.2" HD touchscreen that bends at the hinge, like Samsung's Galaxy Fold.
The Nokia RAZR
Where did anyone get the idea...
This seems like it could be a decent phone (S60 rules!), but there's only so far the design language of clamshell/flip phones can go. That this phone looks similar to the RAZR clones of the past 4.5 years bears witness to that.
This design is like a bad fart...