Nexus S Smiles For The FCC Again

| November 28, 2010 | Reply

The most talked about and unreleased Android device has made its way to the FCC again.  The Samsung GT-19020T or more commonly knows as the Nexus S has made its way to the FCC again this time boasting a couple of new Bluetooth,WiFi and GPS antennas.  What this tells us for now is that is it less likely that they will be adding a dual-core processor to the mix but this does give us hope that we are now that much closer to a hopeful release.  Maybe even an announcement from Samsung or Google would be nice!  Check out the filing shot below and be sure to drop us a comment with your thoughts on this.

Thinking that the not-yet-announced Samsung GT-i9020T (a.k.a. Nexus S) might be delayed due to a last minute addition of a dual-core processor, as recently seen in the seemingly similar i9100? Well, it’s looking like that possibility just got a lot less likely — the GT-i9020T has now turned up yet again at the FCC, with the only changes being a pair of new Bluetooth / WiFi and GPS antennas. Of course, that doesn’t necessarily mean there won’t be any more changes, but it does give us a bit more confidence that a GT-i9020T model will actually be released… sometime.

Source:  Engadget

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