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Nexus 1 meet AT&T

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by Robfactory, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. Robfactory

    Robfactory Well-Known Member
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    According to the FCC ID: T-mobile 9100 and suppposed to be AT&T's 9110 version. Based on the RF reports the phone carries its 3G on WCDMA Bands I, II, and V, which means it will work on AT&T (and Rogers, Bell, and Telus for the Canadians in the room) and most Europe.
    Hopefully it wont have the same 3G issues it has on the T-Mobile network.
    With T-Mobile already carrying the phone, Verizon soon getting the phone, and AT&T soon bringing this to it's network it seems Sprint is falling behind and counting their pennies on the "Supersonic."

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  2. Stormin

    Stormin Well-Known Member

    Aux contrare, per the blind sheep on the Sprint board "Sprint is not falling behind". They are quite happy living in the past with outdated phones running Android 1.5, and a stand alone 4G system, while Verizon, ATT get all the new phones and are building an LTE 4G that is compatible with the rest of the world. GLAD I DIDN'T SAY THAT SPRINT IS FALLING BEHIND.
  3. Robfactory

    Robfactory Well-Known Member
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    Obviously, it is meant on the Android phone market, not on the technology implementation.
  4. FreshPrince

    FreshPrince Well-Known Member

    What if you already purchased the phone unlocked?
  5. Robfactory

    Robfactory Well-Known Member
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    The phone currently doesn't have the AT&T 3G bands with this release it will change.
  6. mi_canuck

    mi_canuck Android Expert

    Nexus One, meet your downfall... er I mean at&t...
  7. craigrn16

    craigrn16 Android Enthusiast

    damn where is the Verizon Nexus 1 leaks? I mean wasnt it announced to come to them next?
  8. spartan141

    spartan141 Android Enthusiast

    hopefully very soon we will the the same thing for big red
  9. Robfactory

    Robfactory Well-Known Member
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    According to various reports it's not the AT&T network that is at fault for their downfall, but rather the way the iPhone is constructed and the way it sucks up the bandwidth. However, AT&T doesn't want to blame Apple for this in fear of the computer maker going to the opposition.
  10. craigrn16

    craigrn16 Android Enthusiast

    Maybe but it is a fact that they do have significantly less 3g coverage than Verizon.
  11. FreshPrince

    FreshPrince Well-Known Member

    That's ****ed up. I want a proper exchange when available.
  12. 3083joe

    3083joe Lurker

    good luck with that exchange,
    come on verizon nexus
  13. sirsilent

    sirsilent Newbie

    Does that mean the there will be different versions of the phpne available for different frequencies? Why don't they just offer ONE phone which supports them all?
  14. Robfactory

    Robfactory Well-Known Member
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    Misunderstanding. There's no phone in the US that has both T-Mobile and AT&T 3Gbands. They are creating an N1 with AT&T/Rogers frequencies, which is what this posting is about.

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