The Nokia Lumia RM-1039, better known as the Nokia Lumia 735, has passed through the FCC.
The device certified by the FCC is a GSM version of the handset without T-Mobile LTE bands, suggesting it is heading to AT&T, or of course international markets. The handset has however been spotted by AdDuplex on the AT&T network, and that carrier has already said it will offer the Nokia Lumia 830, suggesting both devices will be arriving there soon.
The main selling point of this device is the wide angle, 5 MP, front-facing camera that allows you to take great selfies. It includes 6.7 MP main camera sensor, Full HD 5MP wide angle front camera, 4.7 inch HD Super sensitive touch display covered by Gorilla Glass 3, Quad-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor, with Wi-Fi network browsing time of 10.5 hours.
See the entry at the FCC here.