The Nokia N9 smartphone that is powered by the meeGo operating system has been caught in the wild for more than a year, but it does seem as though the mystery smartphone will finally be prepared for an official release Stateside simply because it has arrived at the FCC – a baptism of fire for all consumer electronics before they are released in the US of sorts. Also going by the moniker RM-680, the Nokia N9 has just picked up FCC approval today, which means Nokia is more than ready to roll out the device sometime down the road.
FCC documents do show that the N9 will feature broad GSM and WCDMA support, such as support for GSM bands 850, 1900, 1800 and 1900, and WCDMA bands I, II, IV, V and VIII. When you put that into layman’s terms, we are looking at T-Mobile or AT&T compatibility Stateside. FCC test reports also point towards Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, staples in smartphones these days.
Too bad for us both the external and internal FCC photos of the N9 are confidential at least until June. The N9’s underside was exposed though, courtesy of the label image that you see above. Nokia has yet to come up with anything official concerning the N9, and there has been no rumors of a release price either, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start saving up for this puppy.