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Nexus One for AT&T now available from Google

Written by Rich Fiscus (Google+) @ 17 Mar 2010 9:11 User comments (4)

Nexus One for AT&T now available from Google Google has just introduced a new version of their Nexus One smartphone which supports 3G data speeds for AT&T customers in the US and Rogers customers in Canada.
The initial version of the phone offered by Google was already compatible with AT&T's network. However, data speed was limited because the frequency used for 3G data transmission by AT&T and Rogers wasn't supported.

So far the new model is available only through Google's web store. No plans have been announced to offer a subsidized version.

A CDMA version of the Nexus One, designed to work on Verizon's network, is expected very soon.

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4 user comments

117.3.2010 11:44

costs too much for now..

217.3.2010 14:27

yeah i just read that somewhere. are they ever gonna have it available for Verizon?

318.3.2010 1:18

Not sure if I want a phone I'm "not supposed to put in [my] pocket." Google thanks HTC for that!

418.3.2010 15:31

My Droid has Gorilla Glass on it. It has slipped out of my pocket and slid on concrete and not a mark..

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