Nokia N9 Visits FCC, Tears It Apart, Publishes Manual

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After the MeeGo developer device, the Nokia N950, was dismantled while stopping by at FCC recently, the N9 model which is the publicly available Nokia MeeGo has just visited the same Commission.

Following the same procedure, the Commission tears the Nokia N9. It’s always good to take a peak under the plastic and look at the silicon if you are the techy type. Besides for a wide range of bands supported (GSM850/900/1800/1900/GPRS/EGPRS MHz and WCDMA I/II(1900)/IV(1700)/V(850)/VII/HSDPA/HSUPA MHz) you can take a look at the non-removable batter and the eight-megapixel camera sensor. If you want to learn more about the phone, there’s also a manual published so you can meet the N9 and MeeGo, maybe even learn a couple of things.

Source: FCC

Via: GSM Arena

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