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  1. xtop

    xtop Well-Known Member


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  2. Ghâshûl

    Ghâshûl Well-Known Member

    Yeah, I just noticed that too. Doesn't look very informative.
    It won't let me log in, anyway.
  3. wonderbread

    wonderbread Well-Known Member

    Seems odd. Almost like an old version of the site. It says "your @google.com mail" but as far as I know google doesn't give out @google.com accounts.

    Also worth mentioning, the site redirects and mentions nothing about a phone.
  4. t-mizzle

    t-mizzle Well-Known Member

  5. droidoholic

    droidoholic Well-Known Member

  6. xtop

    xtop Well-Known Member

  7. droidoholic

    droidoholic Well-Known Member

    Looks like you beat me to it t-mizzle. Good catch.
  8. Raska

    Raska New Member

    The Nexus One - Getting Started and Camera and 3D Gallery videos are on youtube but private so we can't view them...yet.
  9. t-mizzle

    t-mizzle Well-Known Member

    I was able to catch a video, it was private on there since december 23, hopefully it plays for you:

    YouTube - Tunnels.mov
  10. xtop

    xtop Well-Known Member

    links are down now
  11. droidoholic

    droidoholic Well-Known Member

    Yeah, it seems the site is pretty much useless to the unprivileged like me. All videos are private and most of the links seem to require you to login or something. Oh well...more should come tomorrow.
  12. mazzabl

    mazzabl Active Member

    anyone else happen to notice that if you click activate phone it would bring you to a page that said something along the lines of "could not find nexus one to activate, if you are upgrading from a current phone please take your T-Mobile sim card out and insert it in your nexus one". thats a bummer, seems as if the rumors are true about a version sporting at&t's 3g freq, chances are it wont be out for some time....google is really trying to tie the knot with t-mobile it seems
  13. xtop

    xtop Well-Known Member

    i did notice it was tmobile there. makes me think we're not going to be surprised at all tomorrow when it comes to prices, carriers or anything like that :(
  14. illutionz

    illutionz Well-Known Member

    The rumor mills are very accurate nowadays. Even companies like Apple who is well known for their secrecy has been exposed before their presentations like WWDC
  15. droidoholic

    droidoholic Well-Known Member

    Yeah, I saw that too. It just pretty much confirms what's been said all along. Most likely the rumored AT&T version will come a little later. I'm with Verizon, so my wait may be even longer. I'm holding onto hope that the rumored Passion/Incredible/Bravo comes soon.
  16. xtop

    xtop Well-Known Member

    eh..rumors can go either way. i mean..we do have rumors of it coming to att ;)
  17. mazzabl

    mazzabl Active Member

    seems stupid to sell an "unlocked" phone with such limited freq. if google were smart they would make gsm version supporting more freq as well as make a cdma version, wouldnt it make sense to cater to a larger population rather than limit the phone to t-mobile users or the few others around the world that use the same freq as t-mobile.
  18. kyler13

    kyler13 Well-Known Member

    Were you expecting that Google exerted some sort of authority and was going to release something AT&T capable without FCC approval? It shouldn't surprise anyone that this is a T-Mobile only (3G) phone. Hope is that they actually specify tomorrow that there are plans for other carriers, otherwise this will likely only ever exist as a T-Mobile 3G device.
  19. illutionz

    illutionz Well-Known Member

    FYI the Nexus One supports UMTS Band 1,4, and 8 which is basically covering the whole Europe/Asia and T-Mobile and 2 other providers in American continent. It's just AT&T customer and Latin American customers who are getting shafted.

    CDMA is different game and it will usually resulted in a totally different device altogether rather than putting GSM and CDMA band alongside each other
  20. kyler13

    kyler13 Well-Known Member

    Agree 100% but this is Google. Good luck figuring out what exactly they were thinking with this "project".
  21. illutionz

    illutionz Well-Known Member

    That AT&T rumor is just a ONE LINE in boygeniusreport website whereas the
    a. price
    b. Number of device can be purchased
    c. T-Mobile
    d. Terms of Sale
    e. Checkout slideshow

    are all substantive rumors with screenshot and "reliable insider" reports.

    It was just like that Front Camera rumors before WWDC and Apple releases 3GS which has a better rumors built around it
  22. xtop

    xtop Well-Known Member

    you do realize they don't have to release any information to the public about something thats submitted to the fcc, right?

    but you are right, we would have seen it go through the fcc. doesn't mean it should be completely ruled out
  23. xtop

    xtop Well-Known Member

    brg wasn't the only people to report rumors of att. but totally not the point. and your 2 examples still don't make rumors any more reliable :p

    anyways..
  24. illutionz

    illutionz Well-Known Member

    Again, rumors without screenshot is probably more of a white noise or wishful thinking at this moment :)
  25. kyler13

    kyler13 Well-Known Member

    I get the world compatibility with 900/1220, but which two other providers in America are you referring to? As far as I know, Canadian GSM uses 850/1900. The only other carrier in the world using T-Mobile USA's 1700MHz spectrum is Wind in Canada. That would basically make the N1 useless in the Western hemisphere (for 3G) unless you're with one of the two aforementioned carriers.
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