Nokia Lumia 800 Gets FCC Approval; Might Show Up at CES 2012

December 28, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The entire world is waiting for the New Year party to kick off, and after that for the CES 2012 which falls on the second week of January. The long wait is almost over, hence most of the electronics industries are doing their final touch-ups for the mega event bound to occur in Las Vegas.

It is more a rumors than a fact which is spreading in Medias and forums. There hasn’t been any official statement regarding what should be expected from the manufacturers at the event which is just a week ahead.

Those gossips are most likely to happen at the CES unless the carriers and manufactures deviate much from their traditional processes. While examining the files with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) some exciting news regarding the CES could be gathered, like what are to be expected at the event.

Windows 7 phone lovers would be thrilled to hear about the introduction of Nokia’s Lumia 800. The Lumia 800 would definitely serve those who are not well satisfied by the performance of the earlier version that came under the title of T-Mobile’s Nokia Lumia 710. The carrier for the upcoming handset was not specified in the files, though.

Other phones that might show up at the event include the FLN-272- which goes towards Sprint, Samsung SCH-R920 with MetroPCS LTE along with many others. From the tablet side, Huawei’s MediaPad would make its debut.

Galaxy Tab 8.9 and Galaxy Tab 7.7 would also be released to work on Verizon’s 4G Networks.

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