The Google Nexus One is already known to come with a Broadcom BCM4329EKUBG chip that supports Wi-Fi N connectivity as well as a FM transmitter, although their functionalities have not been activated just yet. We do hear whispers of the Android 2.2 release enabling both features, as Broadcom and Google have just released updated drivers for the Wi-Fi chipset. Having said that, we can’t wait for this update as it would surely add more plus points to an already pretty solid handset. If you are still wondering whether to get the Google Nexus One or not, why not check out our review?
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- 2013-11-28: Nexus One Receives Android 4.4 KitKat Custom ROM
- 2013-02-07: Strand-1 Satellite Controlled By Nexus One
- 2012-07-20: Nexus One receives pre-alpha Android 4.1 Jelly Bean ROM
- 2011-12-01: Nexus One receives Ice Cream Sandwich with CM9
- 2011-10-26: No Ice Cream Sandwich for Nexus One