A Nokia handset passed through the FCC today with model number RM-670 and it looks to be the rumored Nokia 700 Zeta, which had some details and photos recently leaked. The phone is one of several rumored Nokia handsets that will run on Symbian Belle and be released as the company transitions over to the Windows Phone 7 platform.
The Nokia 700 Zeta features a 3.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen, a 1GHz processor, a 5-megapixel camera, and an NFC chip for mobile payment support. It will run on the upcoming Symbian Belle OS, which is believed to incorporate some of the new design innovations of the MeeGo OS.
According to a recent leak, the Nokia 700 Zeta is set to launch sometime in Q3 of this year, which is now further supported by its FCC approval testing. The FCC document reveals that the phone could land in the US for either AT&T or T-Mobile with support for both 1,700MHz AWS and 850/1,900MHz 3G bands.