FCC inspects HTC Nexus devices, both of them

Documents have popped up at the FCC’s Office of Engineering and Technology for two new HTC devices. We are certain that these are the much rumored Nexus devices.

NM8G-2PW2100 is what we’re assuming to be the smaller “Sailfish” model while G-2PW4100 will be the “Marlin”. The Draft User Manual submissions required for both devices mention the Google Nexus support site.

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The special “G” notation for the models is something new — something we haven’t seen for last year’s Nexus devices nor on HTC’s Nexus One.

UpdateDroid Life is reporting that cellular testing documents show off universal compatibility for the five major US carriers. Of course, we should expect Project Fi compatibility, but hopefully less trouble, too, at Verizon — word has been that the company would officially take in the devices this year, thus killing problems that made it difficult for prior Nexus phones to get on the network.

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Source: FCC (1, 2)
Via: juggly.cn (Google Translate), Droid Life

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