fcc clears cdma Nexus 1

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by spartan141, Feb 26, 2010.

  1. QrafTee

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    It just looks like a pdf with a picture of a battery.
     
  2. spartan141

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    click the second link and it will take you to the fcc filing page for nm8pb99300
     
  3. sk8skanj

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    What is the typical time from FCC to market? My upgrade is in less than 2 weeks and while I'd prefer the N1, I'd rather just get the Droid than wait 2 months.
     
  4. spartan141

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    some are released imediately, some are never released. just kinda depends. but it looks like google is staying with there spring release date. although i doubt it will be released untill after march 22.
     
  5. omegafox

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    No sim logo on the battery cover like the other ones have. If it doesn't have a sim slot I guess it won't be too much use abroad (besides connecting to wifi).
     
  6. if i had to put money on it id say att
     
  7. phobic

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    I really hope they (Google) patches the phone so it has customizable LED notifications (no software will allow it now---unless rooted I think). That was one of my major gripes when I briefly had my Nexus One.
     
  8. yea , i dont like the restrictio either.. but its a small negative
     
  9. xmonkey

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    There's no SIM slot, and an N1 with ATT 3G bands has already cleared the FCC many weeks ago. This is almost certainly Verizon-bound.
     
  10. your right, i just wanted to piss some big red lovers off
     
  11. sic4672

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    I'm very excited about the Nexus One heading to Verizon. I know their testing phase is long, but I wouldn't be suprised if they had been testing it this entire time so it can be announced at CTIA. SO.... anyone want to buy an Eris in a month???? ^_^
     
  12. ManMythLegend

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    Same here.

    Working (but not perfectly) with rooted apps though.
     
  13. QrafTee

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    I really wanted this to be a World Phone too--and you'd think Google would be all for that. Anyway... do you think there are many wifi spots in Vietnam/China? I'm fairly sure if I go to South Korea, Japan, or Hong Kong that I'll be fine, but the other two countries... not so sure.
     
  14. kyler13

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    At the risk of looking like a fool to those who know a CDMA phone will never work on AT&T's network?
     
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  16. sk8skanj

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    I hope that 3/23 date is right, because my renewal is the 7th and any longer would probably be too long.

    Whats Verizon's policy on returning phones? More specifically, if I buy a Droid then 2 weeks later try to return it for the N1. What happens if its not in perfect condition (not trying to buy a case for a phone I'll return 2 weeks later)?
     
  17. QrafTee

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    I think there is a 30-day return policy and a $40 or so restocking fee.
     
  18. kyler13

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    If you return a phone and just re-activate your old phone for about a week, you avoid the restocking fee. That's only charged if you return a phone within 30 days and exchange for another new phone.
     
  19. QrafTee

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    ... I wish I knew that before my friend replaced his Droid Eris with his Droid...
     
  20. pkopalek

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    poor guy. I think eris >.

    I wish the n1 had physical call/end buttons. It's what. brought me to eris.
     
  21. Megajawad

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    Yep, its going to Verizon and most likely Sprint.
     
  23. sourmilk

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    Had vzw and sprint 3g for two years. No simultaneous voice and data, resulting in missed calls while using data, and lack of coverage overseas was a major pain. Now that i have GSM, will never go back to cdma again.
     
  24. QrafTee

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    I don't know about that, Verizon is notorious for locking their phone down to their network--although it seems contradictory with Google's practices.
    I think Motorola or some other company is trying to find a way to get around that issue. I believe that's part of the reason why Verizon is moving onto LTE for their 4G move.
     
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