By Joe Levi | December 4, 2011 9:57 AM
It looks like Verizon’s exclusivity on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus may be short-lived. According to some docs finding their way through the FCC, Google’s latest flagship phone has just made it to the FCC with AT&T’s GSM 850/1900 and WCDMA II/IV bands.
This doesn’t appear to be the “pentaband” version of the phone that we recently reviewed, which means if T-Mobile wants to deploy the Galaxy Nexus in the US, there will likely be another version of the phone coming at some point in the future — and another if Sprint is going to get their own Galaxy Nexus.
Disappointingly, it doesn’t look like there is any LTE in the AT&T version of the phone. Additionally, Samsung phones destined for AT&T should have a different model number pattern (SGH-Ixx7) than this phone. The “GT-Ixxxx” model number likely points to an international phone rather than one specific to AT&T.