Google has just announced a new version of its Nexus One Android 2.1 smartphone, which comes with support for 850/1900/2100 MHz 3G bands – meaning that it’s fully compatible with the 3G networks of AT&T and Rogers Wireless.
Unlike the version for T-Mobile, the Google Nexus One for AT&T and Rogers is offered only unlocked, free of contract, for $529.
This being said, it will probably not be long until Google finally launches a Verizon-compatible Nexus One, too.
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