Samsung Galaxy Nexus Hits FCC; Heading To AT&T or Canada

Verizon keeps delaying an official announcement for the LTE capable Samsung Galaxy Nexus handset, but we are already hearing that the GNex handset is set to heading to another carrier. A Samsung Galaxy Nexus handset stopped by FCC, gaining approval for radio frequencies GSM 850/1900 and WCDMA II/IV bands, which is pointing to imminent AT&T release in the U.S.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus Hits FCC With AT&T Bands

But, the FCC has approved the Samsung Galaxy Nexus with the model no. GT-i9250T – ‘T’ suffix is also suggesting that the Galaxy Nexus is also heading to Canada based Telus network. Mexico is also having a wireless carrier with “T” suffix – Telcel.  The Galaxy made appearance at FCC is is different than the GSM version that is available for purchasing as the unlocked version from the third party retailer.  AT&T is yet to announce its plans to bring the Samsung Gaalxy Nexus to the States. In fact, AT&T was running a poll on Google+ in an attempt to gauge interest in Samsung Galaxy Nexus and there were more than a thousand +1s, expecting requests for the AT&T branded Galaxy Nexus.

Read: Samsung Galaxy Nexus Full Specifications.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the first to be shipped with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS locked inside, 4.65” HD display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor from Texas Instruments, 5MP rear camera, 1080p HD video recording capability, 32GB eMMC (probably for the Verizon’s variant) and much more.

Source: FCC  Via: Wireless Goodness

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