3G compatible version of the Nexus One to be made available for AT&T?

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3G compatible version of the Nexus One to be made available for AT&T?
AT&T customers may have something truly exciting to look forward to if rumors about a 3G compatible version of the Nexus One that’s bound for the number two wireless carrier pans out to become true. BGR is reporting that a trusted source has hinted to a good possibility that a separate version of the Nexus One, which will make its debut with T-Mobile, would most likely see its way onto AT&T. It’s touted as being a “second” unlocked model – no word yet on what pricing model it’ll follow or whether it will take the same path like the one we’ve heard with the T-Mobile version. With Google’s big special event only days away, the mobile world is eagerly awaiting some concrete information about the Nexus One – AT&T customers can only cross their fingers until the big day arrives.

HTC Nexus Preliminary Specifications

source: BGR via Ubergizmo

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