The Nexus One just loves to be in the spotlight. For the last few days its been the main headline for tech news sites and blogs across the Internet. Today looks to be no exception. We've just heard (via Engadget) that the Nexus One has been reviewed and approved by the FCC. The Nexus One is, as previously reported, an HTC phone. Its model number is PB99100. The filing confirms its microSD expansion slot, 802.11b/g WiFi, and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR. Unfortunately, there seems to have been some confusion with the device's supported bands. While it will definitely work on T-Mo and a variety of European bands, the Nexus One may not be AT&T capable. Apparently the FCC only tested WCDMA Band IV. Engadget states that this means the Nexus One is likely going to have a tri-band HSPA set-up with 900/1700/2100 bands and quad band EDGE. If that's the case, this device will not be coming to ATT. More information should be out soon, so you AT&T customers had better keep your fingers crossed.
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