There have been rumors before this that Google’s Nexus One would be coming to AT&T’s network, though there wasn’t any concrete evidence to back it up. Things have changed a bit though, as an unknown mobile phone has paid a visit to the FCC, bearing the ID NM899110. So why does that indicate the Nexus One? Well, the NM8 is the FCC Grantee code for HTC, whilst 99110 is the model. If you’re fanatical about the Nexus One, you’ll know that the FCC ID for the Nexus One is NM899100, which is just 1 digit away from this device. Initially it was thought that the device would be a CDMA version of the Nexus One, bound for Verizon Wireless, but after digging deeper into the testing report, you’ll notice that the phone supports WCDMA bands I, II and V, which are for AT&T. So will AT&T subscribers choose the Nexus One over Apple’s iPhone, or will they stick with Apple’s offering?
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