Nokia Lumia 610 Comes to FCC to Show Off the Innards

March 8, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

FCC spottings often turn out to be exciting indicators to upcoming devices and technologies. Though our present post is about an FCC spotting, it is not about an unknown device, but an already launched device.

The new baby from the marriage of Nokia and Microsoft who belongs to the Lumia clan has been found at the corridors of the Federal Communications Commission trying to get through the official approval process.

The rig has already come out in public during the recent Mobile World Congress at Barcelona in Spain and has sent sparks to the Windows Phone device dreams of the low-price segment in the smartphone market.

Now, appearing at the FCC, the rig has given a good show of how it will look like when tore up to its skeleton. Apart from giving a good exhibition of its innards, the rig also carried a user’s manual too, during its FCC visit.

Packing Windows Phone 7.5 Tango OS, the Lumia 610 is going to be the cheapest among the Windows Phone devices available in the market.

It is also expected to bag more markets worldwide with its improved regional language support and other features.

Though learning to play with the tiles on the Metro Style user Interface will be a strenuous job for those who were restricted to the WP platform due to its price, Lumia 610 is yet to find a carrier in the US.

Well, the visit to FCC is a good indicator. We may hope that we can see the rig in the market soon.

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