Nokia Oro, the 18-cart-gold-plated mobile phone was announced last week and is expected to hit the markets in Q3 2011. Nokia said that the device would be available in the Europe, the Middle East and China for around $1,250 but said nothing about the availability of the phone in the US.
But the recently published FCC documents of Nokia Oro suggest that the phone might soon be launched in the US as well. As Engadget reports, the mobile was certified for frequencies in which the USA and Canada carriers like AT&T, Telus, T-Mobile, Rogers, Wind and Mobilicity operate. Check out the images after the break. For more FCC documents and images, hit the FCC link added at the bottom of the post.
To refresh your memory, Nokia Oro is basically Nokia C7 (or Nokia Astound for T-Mobile) equipped with a sapphire crystal menu button and leather-encased battery cover to bring that luxury feels to the owner. The mobile will run on Symbian Anna OS with 3.5-inch AMOLED display, 8 megapixel camera with HD video recording capability, 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera, ARM11 680 MHz processor, 8GB internal memory, microSD support up to 32GB, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS and 3G (HSDPA) connectivity.
Head over to this official FCC page to browse through the FCC documents of the Nokia Oro.