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Tuesday
Feb092010

Nexus One Early Termination Fee Slashed

After a recent FCC Inquiry, Google has slashed its early termination fee on the Nexus One from $350 to $150. and the $250 fee for existing T-Mobile customers upgrading to the phone was lowered to $50.  Way to go Google this is awesome news for all of us that have purchased the Nexus One.  The only catch is the $200 fee from T-Mobile for early termination is still applicable, but at least they are helping out the unhappy customers a little bit.

Friday
Feb052010

Nexus One Promo Video Reveals Car Dock and Battery Charger

 

I noticed when watching the evolution of the Nexus One video, you catch a small glimpse of what appears to be the Car Dock and a spare battery charger/dock.  Seems like these things have been prototyped and they are just most likely trying to get enough of them produced to fulfill demand for the products.  There has been no news of pricing or a release date for either items we can only hope its soon.

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Tuesday
Feb022010

Nexus One coming to Sprint?

So in the past few days there have been quite a few rumors floating around that the Nexus One will be coming to Sprint in the near future.  The only thing we can ask our selves is if this is really a fact or just some sort of miscomunication?  Since the only leak of it was from an automated reply to Gizmodo via email from Sprint.  Just say it is not released as of yet.  I guess all you Sprint users out there will have to just wait and see what happens in the coming days and keep your fingers crossed that it comes out when the Verizon version hits shelves.

Friday
Jan292010

Nexus One On AT&T 3G Soon

Earlier today Engadget leaked a picture of a Nexus One (shown above) that has a FCC label stating it will be operating on the AT&T 3G band. This band is WCDMA I, II, and V meaning that for all the Canadians out there it will also work on Rogers, Bell, and Telus. The original FCC label ID number was 'NM899100' the new number is NM899110, with this number being only one digit off it will most likely be the same phone just with the updated 3G bands for AT&T, most of Europe, and Canada. ´╗┐Google announced this phone as a game changer to get rid of carrier restrictions and it seems like they are finally setting out to do just that, you go Google.