Is it worth getting the nexus one now

This is a discussion on Is it worth getting the nexus one now within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; My carrier confirmed to me yesterday that the N1 is compatible with full 4G. The main reason they deceided to offer this phone, cause they ...

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    Android Lurker iPeck's Avatar
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    My carrier confirmed to me yesterday that the N1 is compatible with full 4G. The main reason they deceided to offer this phone, cause they are soon to be launching 4G on their network. Who's right ?

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    Compatible with 4G, and being able to use 4G are two very different things. You won't see 4G speeds on your N1, but should see some improvement when on a 4G network...

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    Alright already fast enough but some more is surely welcome

    Tx dude

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    I'm curious whether they were referring to the 3.5G that ATT will be using for now, or to the LTE that will be added towards the end of the year. I ask, because I don't believe that the Nexus (or the Atrix, for that matter) can use true LTE at all.

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    I'm presently on 3.5G. (3G+ as they call it) The real 4G coming real soon to videotron.

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