It may look like the smaller version of the N96, but the Nokia N85 has finally made its way through FCC approval in the US.
What's so exciting about it, I hear you cry? Well, it's the first to feature a WCDMA radio, which means it can work with pretty much all 3G networks in the world.
And for those emerging nations without a decent 3G network as yet? Nokia is likely to release a diluted version of the handset with no high speed coverage.
This will probably be designed for places like India and China, which are lapping up mobile phones at a frightening pace, but have sketchy networks in place.
The phone is fairly close in specs to the N96 too, including a 5MP camera, aGPS, WiFi, an FM transmitter and dual slide function.
No word on a release yet, but then Nokia love to keep it under their Finnish hats until the last minute anyway.
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