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Sunday January 31, 2010

Google Nexus One Coming to AT&T;?

Engadget found a FCC filing that shows a Nexus One label that apparently supports 3G on AT&T;’s network in the US. If it’s true, maybe the patience you showed just after it launched shall be rewarded, grasshoppa.

If you look into the RF reports a bit, you'll immediately notice that the new handset supports 3G on WCDMA Bands I, II, and V, meaning that it'll work on AT&T; (and Rogers, Bell, and Telus for the Canadians in the room) along with most of Europe. Same label style, nearly identical model ID, different bands -- we think we know what's going on here.

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