Friday, July 22, 2011

Nokia N9 gets naked in front of the FCC and clears FCC with teardown gallery and user guide

 Nokia’s N9 has crossed the FCC and, as is traditional, splayed its guts for all to see. Unsurprisingly, Nokia has had to do a lot of work to get everything to fit inside its narrow polocarbonate casing, though the N9 still gets pentaband WCDMA connectivity when rivals are still bumbling along with support for a mere two or three bands.

The Nokia N9, said to be the last MeeGo device that will ever ship out from Noka’s doors, has been stripped apart by the FCC, as the body puts up for parade its drawn and quartered chassis in a bunch of photos for the curious. Tests done on it have confirmed that this is a quadband 2G and pentaband 3G (2100/1900/1700/900/850 MHz) handset, and just in case you need to connect to a local Wi-Fi network, fret not – it also does 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi over 2.4 and 5GHz.

While 16GB and 64GB models were taken apart, it is pretty hard to find the difference between the two in the images. For those who are more observant, the 1,450mAh battery seems to rely on a wired connector, which means it is was clearly not meant to be easily accessible. If you are curious to know just what the user manual look (and reads) like, head on here as well.

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