Nexus One Bluetooth dock visits the FCC, pictures of car clip are revealed

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Nexus One Bluetooth dock visits the FCC, pictures of car clip are revealed
The Nexus One media train keeps chugging along as the Android handset's Bluetooth Desktop Dock gets thumbs up from the FCC. The portrait-mode unit will be known as model CR B410. The dock comes with Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR even though the Nexus One is already sporting both. The handset is said to have a docking connector at its base, so the reason for the second Bluetooth radio is a mystery for now. The FCC test shows a configuration where the dock is tethered to a DVD player via an AV jack so that your video can be seen in, say, a living room on a bigger screen. We also have some pictures of the car clip for the Nexus One so you can dream about hooking it up to your dashboard when you win the lottery giving you the opportunity to buy the phone.

HTC Nexus One Preliminary Specifications

source: FCC, Picasa via EngadgetMobile


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