Maybe your ISP is caching an earlier incorrect version?
This is a discussion on Wireless N? within the Nexus One Tech Issues / Bug Reports forums, part of the Nexus One category; Maybe your ISP is caching an earlier incorrect version?...
I recall seeing 'n' when I first looked at that page on release day, but today that link shows me that it is 'b/g' only.
Im seeing b/g/n also. On two different computers. In fact I also see it in my phone as well... Hmm I want n because I have a router that supports it =]
I can confirm seeing the same thing the "N" is missing from Google's product spec page. The funny thing is after trying to connect to my N network again it finally connected and my router radio mode is set for 802.11n only (2.4GHz), strange.
it does do "N" if you look at the dissection on Nexus One Teardown - Page 2 - iFixit.
Step 14 shows: "802.11n wireless is provided by a Broadcom (BRCM) BCM4329 chip."
i did a speedtest last night with my N router and gotDown: 15.298 Mbps and UP:3.98 Mbps. Man i love Fios, but i'm blown away that my phone can handle it!
802.11n was only made a standard in October 2009. A lot of devices out there only support the draft version of 802.11n which might be slightly incompatible with the official 802.11n version. Heck, even the Nexus One might just support the draft version. I would guess Google removed mention of it from the web site to fend off questions from users who couldn't make it work. I'm sure it will be fixed in a future firmware release.