Nokia T7 is a model that we’ve heard about in March and now it turns out that it’s been approved by the FCC. Before you get excited know that the handset is an N8 variant, this time with TD-SCDMA. This means that the device is made for China Mobile, the world’s largest mobile carrier.

The T7 runs Symbian, packs a 640 x 360 pixel display, an 8 megapixel camera, but it lacks the HDMI port on the original device. No info about a launch date or price for this model, but at least the mystery surrounding the T7 codename is gone, so that’s a good thing. However, we hope that the next time we spot a Nokia model meant for China, it’ll have something extra and not features missing from the original model.