Google’s Nexus One Certified By FCC

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According to ZDNet, Google’s Nexus One has been approved this morning by the FCC as model PB99100.  At this point, the filings tell us the device will support microSD expansion, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR. The filings also indicate the device will support  quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE with UMTS/HSUPA on 850/1700/1900 frequencies.  Could this phone becoming to both T-Mobile and AT&T a la unlocked out of the box?

Source:  ZDNet

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16 Comments

  1. Free Matrimony
    December 15, 15:23 Reply

    it would be great to use google nexus. it is really interesting to note that it supports quad band.

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