Listed as the RM-680, the sketch of the phone's back does look similar to these remarkably clear.
Early this year we were starting to get N8, and even a possible early spring launch at this year's Mobile World Congress. When that didn't happen, it looked as though the phone had been , then miraculously (kind of) thanks to Nokia's ongoing to MeeGo. All in spite of .'s supposed 1.2GHz Atom processor, 12-megapixel camera a la
Nothing would surprise us as far as Nokia is concerned. It's adopted
more operating systems than we've had hot dinners. The resurrected N9 could well run
The FCC document mentions Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are on board, but really we'd expect that from any decent smart phone these days. As the agency is only interested in whether the phone plays nicely on the radio spectrum, it doesn't much care what spec the processor or camera has.
Now we're left wondering whether a launch date is imminent, or these official documents are just a red herring. It would be a relief to see something that's not an Android or iOS phone for a change.
One thing, Nokia. Please ensure the software is top-notch before you release the N9 into the wild. Thebut the -based user interface was . If you're using an operating system that's so far been sitting on the sidelines watching and iOS slug it out, you'd better make sure it's super fit and ready for action.