A week or so ago, we told you about that Nokia 6086 cellphone with UMA and quad-band GSM. Originally, it was slated for a European release in early 2007. Now the 6086 has been approved by the FCC and will be heading stateside relatively soon. Apparently, T-Mobile will be getting the phone first and will offer it for around $200 sometime in 2007.
Also, though the phone has UMA and the ability to use WiFi as a backup method of keeping your call connected, the other features, like a mere VGA camera, are not much to get excited about. UMA? Hot. VGA? Not.
Nokia 6086 Approved For USA [Mobilewhack]