FCC Reveals Nokia 6750 for AT&T
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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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...