It's been a busy week for Nokia's latest creation - the ORO. First, the fancy dressed smartphone got officially announced, then it appeared in an interview as Nokia CEO's phone of choice. It also paid a visit to FCC to get tested and approved for usage in the United States.
This occurrence seems more than logical, since the ORO, like its mortal cousin, the Nokia C7, sports a penta-band 3G support which includes both AT&T and T-Mobile frequencies.
We don't expect the device to be offered by either of the above mentioned U.S. networks (after all, T-Mobile already sells the Nokia C7 under the Astound name), so availability directly from Nokia USA is most likely.
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