AOSP Code Says AT&T Nexus S Indeed on its Way


Digging through the Android Open Source Project’s git isn’t something we like to do for fun, but our friend Jerry from Android Central happened to be doing that yesterday and came across evidence that an AT&T version is indeed in the works. We’ve seen it hit the FCC before, so we figured it’d make an appearance sooner or later. The only problem is that we still don’t know when exactly sooner or later is. Hit the AOSP site up for the incriminating evidence.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Why would this need to be on at&t all they would do is disable something that was intended for use from the manufacturer to the consumer. They feel they are bigger THAN ANDROID.. Feel SORRY for there customers

  2. Yeah? With 2.2 instead of 2.3? Lol

  3. That’s just great.

  4. For the one billionth time: the Nexus phones are unlocked and the software is controlled by Google not the carrier or manufacturer.
    This is simply the same Nexus S that is available now, but with different 3G frequencies (850Mhz/1900Mhz vs. T-Mobile’s 1700Mhz). The same 3G frequencies used by AT&T and Rogers (Canada). And maybe Bell Mobility (Canada).

  5. Can we get this on Verizon please?

  6. @LOL at Hulk smash
    2.2 on AT&T?, you are sooooo optimistic. :-)

  7. There already a phone on AT&T that is about to get 2.3.3

  8. It will be way too late for me to get the Nexus S since I’m getting the Atrix

  9. What’s the point of having this great phone on AT&T they aren’t going to promote it?

  10. @InspectorGadget80 Enjoy your overpowered, locked down piece of planned obsolescence.

  11. @Dave How can a phone be ‘overpowered’?

  12. bet you it comes out with 1.6 and a “upgrade” guaranteed to be released in September……..oh and the gps shows you to be in tibet. regardless of your actual location. turning on the phone your greeted by the friendly voice. Thank you for overpaying for me :D Now go fuck your mother!

  13. @Richard Yarrell It’s an unlocked, pure Google phone with radio bands that work on ATT’s network, same as the Nexus One. I’ve got the N1 on ATT and it isn’t disabled in any way. In the US areas I frequent ATT service is fine. I also travel internationally and I use the same phone worldwide for affordable rates by swapping in local SIM cards. Oh, and I get the Android OS updates with no interference from the carrier. And if I ever did have a problem with ATT I can leave their network with no financial penalty.. Why would you feel sorry for me?

  14. At least AT&T is trying to correct their lack of compelling Android devices now.

  15. The longer they wait, the less likely I am to switch to android. I’ve been wanting to replace my iphone 4 with this for awhile. But if it doesn’t come out soon, I may just skip android for another year again.

  16. @Digital_M A phone is overpowered when its software will be obsolete long before its hardware is. You’re paying for that hardware, but it won’t do you any good when Motorola stops supporting it the day after it goes on sale.

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