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FCC Reveals Nokia 6750 for AT&T

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May 6, 2009, 3:54 PM   by Rich Brome
updated May 6, 2009, 4:10 PM

Updated: added music key info

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.


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May 6, 2009, 4:12 PM

The Nokia RAZR

🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣
lol right
That was the first thing that came to mind... 🤣

May 6, 2009, 4:33 PM

Where did anyone get the idea...

That Americans prefer flip phones? It seems like such a large percentage of phones specifically aimed at the US market are flip phones, so it's going to make sense that most US carriers offer so many flip phones, but it seems like circular logic.

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.
it's not the first nokia phone that borrowed the RAZR design. n76 that was released two years ago that looked like a moto RAZR. hopefully they fixed their design flaw from N76...
unfortunately, a lot of americans don't like pressing buttons to lock their phone..closing a flip phone is much more simpler for them..no thanks to the odd/hard way most manufacturers submit their users into just so they could lock their phone..dunno ...

May 6, 2009, 7:48 PM

This design is like a bad fart...

It lingers and lingers and just won't go away! 😁
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