Big Red closer to seeing the Nexus One as it enters the FCC?

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Big Red closer to seeing the Nexus One as it enters the FCC?
Big Red's lineup is about to get even more red and green seeing that a CDMA HTC-made smartphone with the model name PB99300 was passed by the FCC. This undoubtedly is the CDMA version of the Nexus One that Google officially announced during the handset's unveiling back in January because the GSM/HSPA version is the PB99100. Now this may throw some customers in a deep pickle seeing that they'll have to really sit down and think about their potential future purchase when they take into consideration the vast mix of top Android handsets that the carrier supports. The Nexus One for Verizon will follow suit with the others before it as the smartphone will probably sold directly through Google's online store and offered at the same price; hopefully. Additionally, there are other rumored HTC Android powered handsets that's expected to launch soon like the other Android 2.1 smartphone; the HTC Incredible. Considering that the Motorola DROID is still in the competition, customers again will need to weigh down all their options before making a finalized decision – from the looks of it, HTC definitely has a niche on Verizon's lineup.

HTC Nexus One CDMA Preliminary Specifications | Review (GSM)

source: FCC via Unwired View


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