Been hankering for a low-end Nokia XpressMusic device in a familiar and unthreatening form factor? Then you might want to check in with the 5630, a candybar the company just shuttled off to the FCC for review (and dissection, if these pictures are any indication). In case you forgot, the device will sport a 3.2 megapixel camera with built-in flash, GPS, S60 3rd Edition (a personal fave of Engadget Mobile), and the "active toolbar" which we've seen more recently on the Tube... er, 5800 XpressMusic. The phone also supports N-gage games, and though we've been led to understand the device rocks an HSDPA / HSUPA radio, the manual up on the FCC's site only mentions GPRS and EDGE connectivity. For now we'll just assume that some kind of crazy joke (or typical US neutering of Nokia handsets). Check a pic of the gutted device after the break, and hit the read link for the full Commission rundown.

[Via Electronic Pulp]

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