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January 16, 2007

Nokia E65 Gets FCC Approval

by Darla Mack

11307e65fcc A few weeks back, images of the Nokia E65 were spotted with the hopes of being announced at CES. 

Today Engadget Mobile reports that the Nokia E65 has now been approved by the FCC.

"While we're still not sure if (or who) here in the States would be willing to pick this one up, especially considering the lack of a North American 3G band, we're not giving up on faith just yet. Nevertheless, it seems this corporate gem just might hit streets a bit sooner than anticipated, so make sure you've got your microSD card and about €340 ($440) of liquidated assets ready to go at a moment's notice."

[via: Engadget Mobile]


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