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HTC Nexus One Clears FCC with T-Mo 3G Support

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Dec 14, 2009, 10:12 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

The FCC recently approved a new device manufactured by HTC that is called the Nexus One. The FCC confirms that this device has 850/1900 GSM bands, and support for T-Mobile's 1700MHz 3G network. The FCC also confirms that it has a hearing-aid rating, which points to a U.S. release, as well as support for microSD cards, Bluetooth, and 802.11b/g Wi-Fi. The FCC does not confirm any other details about this device, but Google mentioned recently that it has given this device to employees for testing purposes and may sell it directly to the public.

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DE 2 Philly

Dec 14, 2009, 4:57 PM

Too bad its not on Sprint

And able to do 3G/4G...
Apparently The phone is able to be used on GSM only because T-Mobile agreed to advertise for it. Sprint and Verizon had the chance but both declined to advertise for an unlocked phone.
DE 2 Philly said:
And able to do 3G/4G...

You won't see 4G handsets for a while; so it wasn't going to be on the Nexus One.
DE 2 Philly said:
And able to do 3G/4G...

tmobile 4g on the horizon

http://jkontherun.com/2009/12/08/t-mobile-21-mbps-hs ... »

Dec 14, 2009, 5:32 PM

Will be unlock.. & Sold by Google itself.

Smile This phone like many have you already heard by now or if you haven't yet will be an UNLOCKED phone sold by GOOGLE itself. NO carrier will be picking this handset, Google wants to sell the product from their end.

Feel free to visit the article that went out this morning.

http://bit.ly/4o89B0 »


http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/12/12/the-google-phon ... »

Cannot wait for Nexus One!
We did an article on it, too. Wink

The WSJ claims to have a source saying what's you're saying. We think it's likely. Google has been lobbying the FCC very hard for a few years to force carriers to open up their networks to phones like what's ru...

Dec 14, 2009, 5:18 PM

That's Why I Love GSM

Yes, I love the GSM technology, because there are so many phones that are coming out. and there unlocked. And swappable.

CDMA.. its gotta be approved through the carriers.

Dec 14, 2009, 1:16 PM

very excited

i can't wait.

i think i just had a moment in my pants Surprised
a "samsung moment". Thats Sprint though Razz

Dec 14, 2009, 10:58 AM

April 30th

Confidentiality expires April 30th. This is inline with the leaked HTC roadmap for the HTC device codenamed Bravo.

Could this be the Google release date?
It has been mentioned January, but that doesnt make sense, I guess to the confidentiality date. I did hear Q1, so April 30th seems a bit late. Who knows... but I am certainly looking forward to more info, videos, and spec leaks Smile
Unfortunately, those dates rarely mean anything.

Most companies just apply for the maximum allowed confidentiality period.

Besides, no one on the planet knows the actual launch date. In this industry, delays are such the norm that any planned ...
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