Yep, that very same Nexus One – Google Phone (still not sure what to call it yet) has passed through the FCC. There are three FC filings that were made on Dec 4th, 2009. Some of the original paperwork though has dates back to September 30th 2009. This was found by Engadget and they deserve all the credit here. I have spent some time reading through the documents, let’s just say some of it is very dry. Unless you like reading about how much radiation and electromagnetic interference your future Nexus One will be giving you. Here is what we could find out. It comes with 802.11b/g wifi, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, a microSD card slot and of course a SIM card slot. It will have multiple GSM bands, and they list, but incorrectly list, all 3G bands in the US, with up to 2mbps uplink and 7.2mbps downlink.
However as Engadget points out there seems to be an error in the filing:
According to the bands listed (I, IV, and VIII) we’re definitely looking at a T-Mobile USA device as well as applicability on European networks (among others). This leaves the whole AT&T range in doubt as the test lab incorrectly lists 815-880MHz frequencies as part of band VIII.
Well, this is very strange indeed, here is the filing image:
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