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Nexus One for AT&T confirmed?

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 31 Jan 2010 18:13 User comments (3)

Nexus One for AT&T confirmed? According to a recent FCC filing, an AT&T-compatible Google Nexus One has been approved, and could be available for the GSM-based provider within a few months.
Currently, the Nexus One works for T-Mobile and AT&T, but 3G only works on T-Mobile's network. A Verizon version has been promised for the "Spring."

The filing shows an HTC smartphone being approved with model number 99110. The current Nexus One has model number 99100. The new device has support for AT&T 3G, a different band then that used in Europe, where Vodafone will have a version in the Spring as well.

The phone currently sells at www.google.com/phone for $180 with T-Mobile contract or $530 unlocked.

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3 user comments

131.1.2010 19:02

Wow sure glad I did not get one yet. Will be waiting for this one as AT&T is the only real option I have in my area.

231.1.2010 21:34

I hope AT&T doesn't cripple the Nexus.

331.1.2010 23:00

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I hope AT&T doesn't cripple the Nexus.

well so far Google seems to be making all there phones available unlocked but supporting different technology. so I would hope they would not even give AT&T the ability to make changes to the phone.

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