updated 02:55 pm EDT, Tue April 3, 2007
Nokia 6110 at FCC
The Nokia 6110 Navigator is likely to reach a US carrier, an FCC filing shows. The device shown at 3GSM has recently been been greenlit by the government body and is likely to be one of the most advanced phones in the country upon its future launch: the slider holds both an HSDPA modem for 3G Internet access and its namesake assistive GPS unit for maps and routes out of the box. A 2-megapixel rear camera, VGA front camera, and a microSD slot carry through from the European launch.
Nokia's FCC approval doesn't indicate a release date for the phone in the territory, but should follow soon within the next few months at a carrier such as AT&T or T-Mobile. European pricing was set at €450 ($600) for a launch this spring and points to similar costs before a service discount. [via MobileWhack]