Nexus S Now Passing By The FCC With AT&T Bands

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    Nexus S Now Passing By The FCC With AT&T Bands



    Like with the very first version of Nexus devices, Google and Samsung are bring this new device to AT&T. Just last week the device was found being processed by the FCC and unlike the first time, the device actually has the correct 3G frequency for our network. It'll most likely hit the shelves soon and you can sale your T-mobile Nexus S on eBay and get your hands on one of this devices.

    Source: Samsung Nexus S for AT&T Hits the FCC | Android Phone Fans

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrome os View Post
    There will definitely be numerous people who will sale their old T-mobile nexus to get this one as the t-mobile version does not support the correct 3g frequency and a phone without 3g seems to be nothing more than a waste for most of the people. Connectivity is the most dominant priority for great deal of users so this phone as soon as it gets on the shelves will be purchased by a lot of people.
    Wrong. There was a Nexus One which was released which did support ATT's data frequencies. It worked on both ATT and Rogers (Canada). Now, will early adopters trade their Nexus S for the ATT version? Possibly, but I doubt there will be very few.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmgib View Post
    Wrong. There was a Nexus One which was released which did support ATT's data frequencies. It worked on both ATT and Rogers (Canada). Now, will early adopters trade their Nexus S for the ATT version? Possibly, but I doubt there will be very few.
    I've already sold mine on fleaBay... Just waiting on the official announcement. Having no 3G has been a hindrance so far, so having the correct model will be nice. I don't know why they can't just put a penta-band UMTS radio in it and be done with it... so simple, yet so hard for OEM's to understand. Sure, it'll bump the cost up a bit, but I'd be willing to bet there's quite a few people that would find that really nice.

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    But would the additional cost be negated by simply being able to mass produce 1 phone instead of having to make multiple variants?
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