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Google Announces New Nexus One, Compatible With AT&T and Rogers 3G Bands

Google might have found out about the poor sales performance of the Nexus One, so they want to expand, thus launching a new version of the Nexus One, compatible with more bands. This GSM unit comes with support for AT&T and Rogers Wireless 3G/UMTS connectivity. It supports 850/1900/2100 MHz bands and it goes for the same price of $529.

We remind you that the original model supported the T-Mobile-friendly 900/AWS/2100 MHz bands, so this is a welcome addition. This decision opens the market to more types of users, although we haven’t heard of any subsidy option.

T-Mobile is still offering the device, with rumours that HTC is shipping CDMA versions of the Nexus One, getting ready to sell them on Verizon.

[via Slashgear]

  • It's still not worth paying full price for. Maybe a one year contract and less discount, I think that would be pretty attractive compared to what seems like the default 2yr contract now a days.