updated 04:05 pm EDT, Thu May 7, 2009
Nokia 6750 passes FCC test
A recent FCC filing revealed wireless provider AT&T will soon get the Nokia 6750 flip-phone added to its range of offerings. Also known as the Mural, the dual-band 3G handset has a mirrored shell that hides the display unless it's turned on. The exterior of the handset has dedicated music keys for navigating the library stored on a memory card. Bluetooth is supported, and there is an integrated camera, though details on either are not yet known.
Apart from the compatibility with AT&T's 3G network, other hints from the FCC that confirm the carrier include a draft user manual that mentions AT&T's Video Share and Media Net services. The Mural's keypad also reveals a CV button for the provider's Cellular Video service. While this is not confirmed, the handset is likely to use the same S60 operating system as the 6650 clamshell.
Pricing or release dates of the Nokia 6750 Mural haven't been revealed. [via PhoneScoop]