FCC documents have revealed for the first time a Nokia N-series mobile for CDMA networks, like the ones used by Verizon and Sprint.
This dual-slider smartphone — similar to the Nokia N95, N85, and N96 — will almost certainly run Symbian S60 and have a focus on multimedia. This will be enhanced by its dedicated music and video control buttons.
On the other side of the slider will be a numberpad (see here).
According to information coming from the FCC, this upcoming model will feature a 3 MPx camera, Bluetooth 2.0 (EDR and A2DP), 3.5 mm headset jack, and support receiving FM radio streams and recording video.
This device has not been announced by Nokia or any CDMA carriers, and therefore it’s not known when it will be released nor what it will sell for.
Possibly for Verizon?
Speaking of CDMA devices from Nokia; the recently-released Nokia 7205 Intrigue, a flip-style mobile phone, is available on the Verizon Wireless network.
While not a smartphone in designation, it does feature a microSDHC card slot, 2 MPx camera, and support for visual voicemail.
Features such as Habitat Mode, a low-power charger, and the use of an OLED exterior screen push Nokia’s and Verizon’s ideal that mobiles should work with the environment.