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Google Nexus One has T-Mobile 3G says FCC [Updated]

Google Nexus One has T-Mobile 3G says FCC [Updated]

The Google Nexus One spills keep on coming, and hot on the heels of leaked shots of the Android 2.1 smartphone in action comes an FCC filing with some juicy UMTS/HSDPA details.  According to the filing, as well as quadband GSM/EDGE the Nexus One has support for both AT&T and T-Mobile 3G in the US, thanks to a triband 850/1700/1900 radio.

Update: Looks like things may not be so clean-cut as first believed.  While the triband radio is listed, it apparently has support for the I, IV, and VIII bands but incorrectly includes AT&T 3G support in the VIII band.  That means T-Mobile users in the US will be fine - together with European users - but AT&T support isn't yet confirmed.

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New Google Nexus One photos confirm Android 2.1 & T-Mobile support

New Google Nexus One photos confirm Android 2.1 & T-Mobile support

The tubes through which the internet flow were bursting with Google Nexus One speculation this weekend, with the prospect of an "official" Google Phone driving many Android geeks to madness.  A leaked photo over the weekend confirmed that the Nexus One appeared to be based on the same HTC device we knew as the HTC Dream, and now Engadget have come up with a few new images themselves.  The Nexus One in their shots is devoid of HTC logos and runs Android 2.1.

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Google Nexus One phone

Google Nexus One phone

It’s fascinating how news can spread so quickly even on a late Saturday afternoon. Earlier today, Google publicly confirmed on their blog that they’ve handed out a new Android 2.1 powered device to employees worldwide. These very phones now have a name – Google Nexus One phone.

Update: Another new in-the-wild photo, courtesy of Twitter user Cory O'Brien. He says "Google Phone = iPhone + a little extra screen and a scroll wheel. Great touch screen, and Android."

Update 2: More intrigue, as industry insider Eldar Murtazin - who we last heard predicting Foxconn as the supplier for the 4th-gen Apple iPhone - claims the Google Nexus One speculation is off the mark and that the incorrect rumors may initially have been driven by Apple.  Full details after the cut.

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HTC One Google Edition made official with “Nexus User Experience”

HTC One Google Edition made official with “Nexus User Experience”

Today the Google Edition of the HTC One has been announced by the head of Android, Sundar Pichai. This announcement was made during the D11 conference in which this Google head spoke to Walt Mossberg about Android, Chrome, and all things Google software. The HTC One Google Edition follows in the footsteps of the Samsung GALAXY S 4 Google Edition which was announced a Google I/O 2013, and both devices will be available in late June.

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Google X Phone leaks converge: is Nexus done for?

Google X Phone leaks converge: is Nexus done for?

Here in the weekend days before Google I/O 2013, the company's big developer conference for the year, two new clues leading to a new era in Motorola-made Android smartphones have been added to story called X Phone. The device in question has appeared as an AT&T-supported smartphone in the FCC this weekend as well as in benchmark test results on a publicly viewable archive. This device will likely appear as a developer give-away at the Google convention on Wednesday.

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Google’s Nexus 4 smartphone found in bar

Google’s Nexus 4 smartphone found in bar

Jamin “Sudsy” Barton is a bartender at the San Francisco Mission District 500 Club. On a Tuesday night, while closing, he discovered a lost cell phone, one of many that are discovered throughout the week. After the phone went unclaimed, he gave it a bit more attention, and realized that it differed from other smartphones, bearing a “not for sale” sticker and Google logo on the back. He showed the smartphone to a bar regular named Dave, who identified it as the soon-to-be-announced Nexus 4. Dave agreed to contact Google, and that’s when their problems started.

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Google’s Nexus tablet a “done deal” at $149

Google’s Nexus tablet a “done deal” at $149

Eric Schmidt revealed back in December that Google were working on a Nexus tablet, and that they would have it ready to go within six months. After that, rumors swirled that ASUS would be providing the tablet with a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, and that it would come in at just $199. Now, new information suggests that Google has ditched Tegra 3 support, and is aiming to price the tablet even lower.

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Google: No Ice Cream Sandwich for Nexus One

Google: No Ice Cream Sandwich for Nexus One

Google's original Nexus One will not get an official upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, it has been confirmed, with only the Nexus S getting the latest version of the smartphone platform. While the Nexus S will get updated "within weeks" of Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) going live, Google's Hugo Barra confirmed to the Telegraph, the exec admitted that the Nexus One hardware was simply too old to support the new OS.

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