Nexus One With AT&T 3G Bands Found in FCC Filing
Good news for all you AT&T subscribers who held out on getting a Nexus One because of the 3G incompatibility.Â It appears there is another version on the way!Â Check out the pictures below and you’ll see two different labels.Â The label to the right is what current Nexus One owners have while the left is the new variant.Â Obviously, the two are identical in form.Â Looking a bit deeper one finds more proof in the pudding.
The two labels are only off by a single digit – Old filing was FCC ID NM899100 whereas the new one is NM899110.Â Snoop around in the RF reports and you’ll see support for 3G on WCDMA Bands I, II, and V.Â In plain English that means 3G for AT&T, Rogers, Bell, and Telus.Â Oh, and most of Europe too.
Any AT&T customers out there excited over the news?Â Are you glad you held off?
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