Nokia X7 Approved By FCC; Gets Torn Down

Nokia X7 was officially announced a month ago by the Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia. It was initially announced for the Three mobile in the UK. Nokia X7 will come with slanted sides and a brushed aluminium back offering great looks, running the latest Symbian Anna OS, with a 4-inch 360 x 640 pixels AMOLED display powered by a 680MHz ARM 11 processor, 256MB RAM, 1GB ROM, an 8-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, 8GB of on board memory with microSD support up to 32GB,3G connectivity, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0 and GPS support. We were also shown a sneak peek video of the Nokia X7 earlier.

Read: Nokia X7 Full Specifications.

Nokia X7 was recently approved by the FCC and we now have the teardown photos from the FCC. These images are revealing the SDRAM manufactured by Samsung, a Broadcom transceiver, Gorilla Glass display and the 8 megapixel sensor. Check out the images after the break.

Nokia X7 FCC teardown

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Nokia X7 is expected to hit the markets during the Q2 2011 (within next six weeks in precise) with price tags at somewhere around €450 to €500. We are however still unsure about when the phone will reach the U.S.

[Source:] [Via Engadget]

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