Nexus One Does Not Support WiFi N (For the Time Being)
Recently, Google changed the specs listed on the Nexus One sales site, eliminating WiFi N from the list of available drafts supported by the superphone.Â This change reflects what HTC is listing as the official specifications for the handset.Â It seems that the Nexus One does have an N capable radio in different strip searches people have done of the hardware.Â Perhaps we will see an Appl-esque move like they did with Macbook pro’s to enable the N capable radio’s down the line with a firmware update.
I think it is safe to expect that if there is a N capable radio inside the unit, that Google will activate it at some time.Â Until then, Nexus users will be stuck with plain ol’Â b/g.
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