Nexus S hits the FCC again, this time with new antennas

November 28, 2010

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The Nexus S, the highly anticipated Samsung device that will be one of the most powerful devices of its time, has now just reappeared at the FCC. The phone listed is identical to the previously submitted device, except this time it's coming with new Bluetooth/WiFi and GPS antennas.

Samsung and Google have kept things on the down low regarding the successor to the Nexus One, however, that has not stopped the internet from getting its hands on details of the device.

We have seen it hit the FCC, run Gingerbread, and even be held by Google's Eric Schmidt, now all we need is an official announcement which is expected to come alongside the release of Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

[Via Engadget]

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  • Shmoopty

    Actually, it’s a safe bet that the previously submitted device had those antennas too.

    Wifi/GPS/Bluetooth don’t function without some kind of antenna.

    The document excerpt is only stating that those antennas are not identical to what the previous submission described.

  • Dma

    Here’s to hoping they added hspa+

  • ChaosKiller

    Heh.. Funny… Claiming samsung and google kept quiet, I bet they are responsible for the leaks just like with the nexus one. Just for the hype 🙂

  • Nexus S is going to get the future of NFC going – i hope 🙂

  • Yeah really cool phone

  • Yeah really cool phone