AT&T Nokia Lumia 900 torn down by the FCC


The FCC has posted the certification documentation for the Nokia Lumia 900 on AT&T, usually a good sign that the handset will hit the market shortly.

The documents include a number of pictures of the device disassembled, including one showing the massive 1830 mAh battery.  More interesting and useful however is the one above, showing the location of the various antennae on the handset, showing where to hold it so one would not “hold it wrong” 😉

The FCC documentation also includes the manual, which does not spill any secrets, but I am sure anyone waiting in great anticipation to purchase the device would be happy to peruse the paperwork.

See the FCC documentation here.

Via Engadget and

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