Nexus One hits FCC again, this time in CDMA trim

by david » Sat, 27 Feb 2010 03:53:51 GMT

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 Remember how we figured out that an AT&T 3G-equipped Nexus One had stumbled its 
way into FCC certification not long ago? Using the same logic -- mainly label 
shape and model number -- we can safely say that this latest version to get 
approval is the dual-band CDMA variant that's almost certainly destined for 
Verizon within the next few months. There's not terribly much to see in the 
filing, but hey, take solace in knowing they've cleared this crucial 
bureaucratic hurdle (of course, Verizon's infamous internal testing is another 
bureaucratic hurdle altogether).

[Thanks to everyone who sent this in]

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