AT&T soon to gets its own Nexus One?

AT&T soon to gets its own Nexus One?
If you remember, the idea behind the Nexus One was to change the way phones are distributed in the U.S. with the retailers and the carriers bypassed. Unfortunately, thus far the N-One hasn't been able to totally accomplish this change because of the current radio set-up in the device, which limits 3G coverage to T-Mobile's frequencies. Today, an FCC label was discovered on a new FCC filing for a phone with  FCC ID NM899110 while the N-One has an FCC ID of NM899100. That is only one digit off of the phone in the new filing which could lead a suspicious mind to think that the new filing is a variant of the Nexus One. And the suspicions could be fed by noting that the new filing covers a device that includes 3G coverage on WCDMA bands I, II and V. Those bands cover AT&T in the U.S. and Bell, Rogers and Telus in Canada. Now what would a suspicious mind think?

HTC Nexus One Specifications | Review

source: FCC (old label), FCC (new label)


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