Nokia and AT&T are working to introduce four new devices in the States. Here’s the recap from what we know:
- Grouper – Series 40 clamshell, which is probably that Nokia 6750 “Mural” we recently caught at the FCC. Specs wise there’s HSDPA support, A-GPS and 2 megapixel camera. It should start selling in July.
- Thresher – another Series 40 feature phone with HSDPA, A-GPS and 3.2 megapixel camera with flash. AT&T should start offering this glossy slider starting from September.
- Snapper – another clamshell with HSDPA, A-GPS and 2 megapixel camera, which will go on sale in August.
- Mako – the most interesting of the Nokia devices that will hit the AT&T. It’s a Symbian S60 3.2 (Feature pack 2) smartphone with side-sliding QWERTY keyboard and an array of “standard S60″ features such as HSDPA, 2.4-inch QVGA screen, A-GPS, 2 megapixel camera, 2.5mm headphone jack, microSD slot, and so on. Apparently, AT&T will introduce the Mako on June 5th, which seems kinda too soon to be true, though we may be wrong. Keeping your fingers crossed can’t harm.
There you have it. Folks from Espoo are finally getting their thing together for the North American market…