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Google launches AT&T / Rogers compatible Nexus One

One of the contributing factors of the buzz-kill around the Nexus One was the phone's lack of support for AT&T and Rogers in Canada. These carriers use a different frequency for 3G, which makes using the Nexus One on those carriers simply revert back to Edge data.
Written by Garett Rogers, Inactive on

One of the contributing factors of the buzz-kill around the Nexus One was the phone's lack of support for AT&T and Rogers in Canada. These carriers use a different frequency for 3G, which makes using the Nexus One on those carriers simply revert back to Edge data.

Today, Google announced a new Nexus One that works on both AT&T in the United States and Rogers in Canada. It's going to be interesting to see if it's too late or not. The hype around the Google Nexus One has diminished a bit since it's initial launch, however, it's still an awesome device with lots of horsepower and pleasing aesthetics.

In other related news, Google also announced paid apps in Canada -- this is big news as well. Before now, you only had access to free applications in Canada, that means a lot of lower quality apps. Now we just have to allow developers in Canada to charge for their apps.

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