The American communications watchdog, The FCC, has approved Nokia’s RM451 mobile phone for launch in the US. Coming to the phone itself, the RM451 runs on the the Enhanced GSM, or eGSM platform and works on the 900, 1800 and 1900Mhz platforms. Calling and texting options don’t see any major changes with a notable addition being the Nokia Xpress audio messaging service which is making it’s way into all new Nokia phones. Coming to it’s looks, the phone looks like one more addition to Nokia’s burgeoning style phone category. A ‘U’ shaped case design with the keypad covered with a flat panel and sober styling point out to the fact that this phone is targetted at the executives rather than the teen crowd. Connectivity is via Bluetooth 2.0 which also supports stereo music streaming and like all mid range Nokia phones, the RM451 will have USB support as well. A BL4U battery should give this Nokia plenty of talk time as BL4U’s are well known for their ability to last pretty long. Other details like pricing and release are unknown at this moment. Overall, the RM451 is a stylish phone from Nokia for the North American market.