Monday, February 1, 2010

Google Nexus One for AT&T?

A device that's almost certainly an AT&T-compatible version of the Google Nexus One has been approved by the Federal Communications Commission. The version now sold by Google works on all T-Mobile USA 3G spectrum. but not on all AT&T 3G bands.

Versions running on Verizon's CDMA air interface and also for Vodafone are expected at some point.

Both the Nexus One and the newly-approved phone are being made by HTC. And while the name of the product in question isn't given, its model number is: 99110. The model number for the current version of Google's smartphone is 99100. These are so close its seems very likely they are from the same series.

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